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EAST CARTER HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION — 1983-84 




Team Members: George Adams, Nathan Adams, Vic Adams, Kevin Bair, Craig Collier, Art 
Daugherty, Scott Dyer, Troy Felty, Bryan Greenliili, Cass Hall, Danny Johnson, Greg Kees, 
Steve Lambert, Brent McDavid, Greg Nolan, Jim Robinson, Steve Sharp, John Shelton, 
Greg Slone, Gary Spillman, Jamie Swanagen, Joey Thomas, Mark Thomas, Steve Thomas. 
Coaches: J.P. Kouns, Troy Criswell. Scorekeeper Bishop Hall. 



Member Of National Federation of State Higti School Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

AUGUST, 1984 



FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 






The Board ot Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association set the football districts and regions 
tor 1983 through 1986 as follows; 



CLASS A (0 - 425) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Ballard l^emorial, Fulton County, Heath. 

Murray 

Sub-District 2 - Crittenden County, Ft. Campbell. 

Russellvllle 
District 2 — 

Cannpbellsville. Caverna. Edmonson County. Gamaliel. 

tvletcalfe County. Tompkinsville 
REGION II 
District 1 — 

Berea. Harrodsburg, Madison. Mercer County. Paris, 

Garrard County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1-Eminence. Frankfort, Henry County, Ky. 

Country Day 

Sub-District 2 - Carroll County, Owen County. Trimble 

County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Beechwood. Bellevue. Dayton. Ludlow 
District 2 — 

Bath County. Fairview. Nicholas County. Raceland 
REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1-Cumberland. Evarts. Harlan 
Sub-District 2 - Lynn Camp. Pineville. Williamsburg 

District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon. Jenkins. 

Phelps. Virgie 

Sub-District 2 - Betsy Layne. Mullins. Paintsville. 

Pikeville. Wheelwright 

CLASS AA (426 - 625) 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

Caldwell County. Mayfield. Reidland. Trigg County 
District 2 — 

Hancock County. McLean County. South Hopkins. 

Todd County. Webster County 
REGION II 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Allen County. Butler County. Glasgow, 

Warren East 

Sub-District 2 - Adair County. Green County, Hart 

County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Bullitt East, Fort Knox, LaRue County, 

West Hardm 

Sub-District 2 - Anderson County, Bardstown. 

Washington County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Bourbon County. Harrison County, Mason County, 

Newport Catholic 
District 2 — 

East Carter, Fleming County, Lewis County, Rowan 

County, West Carter 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Boyle County, Casey County. Russell 

County 

Sub-District 2 - Corbin. Middlesboro. Wayne County. 

Somerset 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Hazard. Johns Creek. M.C. Napier. 

Whitesburg 

Sub-District 2 - Lawrence County. Morgan County. 

Prestonsburg 



CLASS AAA (626 - 1000) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Calloway County. Hopkinsville. Paducah Tilghman, 

Union County, Lone Oak 
District 2 — 

Barren County, Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Ohio 

County, Owensboro Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, 

Meade County, North Bullitt 

Sub-District 2 - East Hardin, Grayson County, Marion 

County, Taylor County 
District 2 — 

Franklin County, Montgomery County. Scott County, 

Western Hills. Woodford County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Conner. Covington Catholic, Lloyd 

Memorial, Simon Kenton 

Sub-District 2 - Highlands. Newport, Scott 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Bell County. James A Cawood, Knox 

Central, Rockcastle County, Whitley County 

Sub-District 2 - Estill County. Jessamine County, 

Lincoln County, Danville 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Breathitt County. Clay County, Knott Central, Leslie 

County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell, Sheldon Clark 
CLASS AAAA (1001 - up) 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

Christian County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 

Marshall County 
District 2 — 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 

Owensboro 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Nelson County, North Hardin, Warren Central 
District 2 — 

Bullitt Central, Oldham County, Shelby County 
REGION III 
District 1 — 

Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Tates Creek 
District 2 — 

Clark County, Laurel County, Madison Central 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie Heights, 

Holmes 
District 2 — 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 

JEFFERSON COUNTY CLASS AAAA 

District I — 

Bishop David, Butler, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, 

Valley, Western 
District II — 

Atherton, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Moore, Southern 
District III — 

Fern Creek, Iroquois, Male. Manual. Seneca. St. Xavier 
District IV — 

Ballard. Central. Eastern, Jeffersontown, Trinity, 

Waggener 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucl<y tiigti Schiool Athletic Association 



VOL. XLV-NO. 1 



AUGUST, 1984 



$5.00 PER YEAR 




"KENTUCKY 

ATHLETIC 

DIRECTIONS' 



It seems as if high school athletics never get a rest. 
This summer has been filled with activities involving high 
school athletics: the Kentucky-Tennessee Ail-Star 
Football game in Lexington; the Kentucky-Indiana 
Basketball series in both Lexington and Indianapolis; the 
National Coaches Association Conference in Lexington; 
and the Jefferson County East-West All-Star Football 
game in Louisville. 

Congratulations are in store for all those coaches and 
players who represented the K.H.S.A.A. and the 
Commonwealth of Kentucky so well. A special word of 
recognition for John Radjunas/Executive Secretary, 
KHSCA, and his hard-working Committee who did such a 
fine job with the National Coaches Association 
Conference. 

It seems impossible, but for all practical purposes our 
summer "break" is over. I'm sure we are all actively 
involved with getting everything ready for the fall sport 
seasons. Before long football, soccer, volleyball and 
cross-country will be upon us. 

The best of luck to all schools for a successful athletic 
year. Although only one team can be the "champion", we 
can all be "winners". Have a GREAT year! 



Jim Reuther 
KHSADA President 

From the Commissioner's Office 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
AThletic Association met at Barkley Lodge, Cadiz, on 
Thursday, July 26, 1984. The meeting was called to order 
at 4:00 p.m. by President Charles Black. Present were 
Board members Whaylon Coleman, Pat Crawford, Eldon 
Davidson, Alvis Johnson, Tony dinger. Bob Rogers, Ray 
Story, Executive Assistant Billy Wise, Assistant 
Commissioner Louis Stout. Conley Manning was present 
representing the State Department of Education. The 
invocation was given by Alvis Johnson. 

Commissioner Mills introduced guests from the State 
Department of Education— Dr. Dan Branham and Bob 
Spillman. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that 
Eldon Davidson be elected President of the Board for the 
1984-85 school year. Alvis Johnson seconded the motion. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Ray Story made the motion that Bob Rogers be 
elected Vice President of the Board for the 1 984-85 school 
year. Alvis Johnson seconded the motion. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Mr. Charles Black welcomed incoming President 
Davidson who in turn introduced the new members of the 
Board of Control: Grant Talbott, Owensboro High School; 
Tony Olinger, Henry Clay High School, Lexington; Charlie 
Wilson, Leslie County High School, Hyden; and Frank 
Welch, Belfry High School. 




Commissioner Mills presented plaques to the 
outgoing Board members who were present— Alvis 
Johnson, Whaylon Coleman and Charles Black, and 
thanked each of them for their contribution to the Board of 
Control during their tenure. President Davidson presented 
the outgoing president's gavel to Charles Black. Mr. Black 
expressed his thanks to the Board for their cooperation 
during his tenure as president. 

Commissioner Mills informed the Board that he had 
met with Superintendent of Public Instruction Alice 
McDonald to discuss common concerns with athletics and 
activities in our member schools. Mr. Mills stated that he 
had invited Mrs. McDonald to attend this meeting of the 
Board but due to a previous commitment, she was unable 
to accept his invitation. However, she did send Dr. Dan 
Branham and Mr. Bob Spillman to represent her. Among 
those topics discussed was the need to assure that the six- 
hour instructional day is free from incursion by activities 
outside those approved by regulation; the number of 
games scheduled in some sports and alternatives to the 
current scheduling of state tournaments in the various 
sports. 

Following a lengthy discussion on these and other 
topics, President Davidson thanked Dr. Branham and 
Mr. Spillman and assured them that the Board of Control 
and the Kentucky High Schol Athletic Association would 
work closely with the State Department of Education in 
their efforts to improve the educational program in 
Kentucky. 

Dr. Branham and Mr. Spillman expressed their 
appreciation for the opportunity to appear before the 
Board. They stated that the interchange of concerns and 
ideas was very constructive and that they are looking 
forward to other meetings of this type in the future. 

There being no further business. President Davidson 
adjourned the meeting and instructed the members that 
the Board would re-convene at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, July 27, 
1984. 

The Board re-convened on Friday, July 27, 1984. The 
meeting was called to order by President Eldon Davidson 
at 9:00 a.m. Present were Board members Bob Rogers, Pat 
Crawford, Tony Olinger, Ray Story, Grant Talbott, Chester 
Turner, David Webb, Frank Welch and Charlie Wilson. 
Also present were Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive 
Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant Commissioner Louis 
Stout and Conley Manning representing the State 
Department of Education. The invocation was given by 
Conley Manning. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by David Webb, that 
the minutes of the April 19 Board meeting be approved. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

David Webb moved, seconded by Chester Turner, that 
the minutes of the May 7 Special Board meeting be 
approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

Chester Turner made the motion that the minutes of 
the East Eligibility Committee meeting held on Friday, 
June 8, 1984, be approved. Ray Story seconded the 
motion. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills reported to the Board that 
correspondence had been received from four sites 
requesting to bid on the 1986 Girls' State Basketball 
Tournament. He called on the following delegatesfortheir 
respective presentations: Don Combs, Eastern Kentucky 
University; President Zacharius, Western Kentucky 
University; Jim Smithers, Lexington Tourism and 
Convention Center. There was no representative from 
Frankfort. Following the presentation by each delegate, 
the floor was open for questions. Commissioner Mills 
thanked each delegation for the interest shown in their 
request to host the tournament. 

Commissioner Mills then called on representatives of 
Louisville and Lexington who had requested to appear 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1984 



AUGUST, 1984 



VOL. XLV, NO. 1 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

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Editor TOM MILLS 

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BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, Vice 
President-Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Patrick L. 
Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville, Anthony dinger (1984- 
1988) Lexington, Ray Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Chester Turner (1983- 

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before the Board to present proposals regarding the 1986 
Boys' State Basketball Tournament sites. Following 
presentations by Russell Anderson, Mayor Harvey Slone, 
Joe Peden and others from Louisville and Jim Smithers, 
John Alexander and Bill Pickett from Lexington, Bob 
Rogers made a motion that the Board go into Executive 
Session to discuss proposals. Pat Crawford seconded the 
motion, which carried unanimously. 

Following a lengthy Executive Session, Chester 
Turner made the motion, seconded by Pat Crawford, that 
the Board go back into open session. 

Chester Turner moved, seconded by Pat Crawford, that 
Lexington be the site of the 1986 Boys' Basketball 
Tournament. The motion carried unanimously. 

Ray Story then moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that 
the Board postpone the decision setting the site of the 
1986 Girls' Basketball Tournament until the April 1985 
Board meeting. The motion carried by a vote of 9-1. 

Commissioner Mills asked those who had presented 
proposals if it would be suitable to wait until April. All sites 
stated bids would hold until April, 1985. Mr. Mills thanked 
all representatives for coming to the meeting and their 
interest. 

Following a short recess, the meeting reconvened at 
2:00 p.m. 

President Davidson gave a report on his attendance at 
the National Federation Meeting held in Washington, D.C. 
Mr. Davidson stated that he enjoyed the Opening Session 
and the speech entitled "Promoting School Activities" 
delivered by the Honorable Terrel H. Bell, United States 
Secretary of Education. Other persons delivering keynote 
addresses were Author and Publisher Zig Ziglar and "Mr. 
Sportscaster", Marty Glickman. 

Commissioner Mills announced that the next National 
Federation Meeting would be held at the Hyatt Regency, 
Lexington from July 2-6, 1985. 

Commissioner Mills asked the Board for questions or 
comments on the 1984-85 Proposed Budget. There being 
no questions, Chester Turner made the motion, seconded 



by Frank Welch, to accept the Working Budget for 1984-85. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board that a copy of 
the Audit would be available at the next meeting. 

President Davidson appointed the following 
committees: 

Executive Committee — Eldon Davidson, Chair; Pat 

Crawford, V. Chair; Ray Story; Chester Turner and 

Frank Welch. 

Basl<etball Committee — Ray Story, Chair; Eldon 

Davidson, V. Chair; Bob Rogers; David Webband Frank 

Welch. 

Football Committee — Pat Crawford, Chair; Chester 

Turner, V. Chair: Tony dinger; Grant Talbott and 

Charles Wilson. 

All-Sports Committee — Bob Rogers, Chair; Chester 

Turner, V. Chair; Tony dinger; Grant Talbott; David 

Webb and Charles Wilson. 

East Eligibility Committee — Chester Turner, Chair; 

Eldon Davidson, V. Chair; Tony dinger; Frank Welch 

and Charles Wilson. 

West Eligibility Committee — David Webb, Chair; Pat 

Crawford, V. Chair; Bob Rogers; Ray Story and Grant 

Talbott. 
Commissioner Mills presented a request from 
Cumberland High School to allow a student to participate 
on an AAU basketball team in August following the 
opening of his school. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Frank Welch, that 
the regulation not be waived to permit this student to 
participate on the AAU team. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced that the National 
Federation would be opening a National High School Hall 
of Fame and is asking each State Association to make a 
contribution toward the completion of the project. Mr. 
Mills was instructed to ask for more details on the project 
and report back to the Board with a recommendation. 

Commissioner Mills presented a request received 
from the Kentucky High School Athletic Directors 
Association that the Board extend the spring sports 
season by approximately two weeks to take advantage of 
more favorable weather. Following the discussion. 
President Davidson referred the request to the All-Sports 
Committee for further study. 

Following a discussion on the status of the 
employment of a Sports Information Director, Pat 
Crawford moved that the President select a committee of 
five members of the Board to meet and reduce the number 
of applicants to four. Commissioner Mills would then 
recommend one of the final four to the Committee for 
employment. Upon the approval of the Committee the 
Commissioner's recommendation would then be 
submitted by mail to the remaining members of the Board 
for approval. Charlie Wilson seconded the motion and it 
passed unanimously. President Davidson appointed 
Chester Turner, Bob Rogers, Pat Crawford, Tony Olinger, 
and himself to serve on the Committee. 

Asst. Commissioner Stout presented a letter received 
from the Central Kentucky Soccer Officials' Association 
requesting the Board consider increasing the officiating 
fee for soccer games. Following a discussion of the 
request. Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Pat Crawford, 
that soccer officials be paid $60.00 per game percrewplus 
15(5 per mile for all mileage over 75 miles. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control will be held 
in Lexington attheK.H.S.A.A.OfficeonOctobere, 1984, at 
9:00 a.m. 

Ray Story moved, seconded by David Webb, that all 
bills of the Association for the period beginning April 1, 
1984, and ending June 30, 1984, be allowed. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

There being no further business. Bob Rogers moved, 
seconded by Charlie Wilson, that the meeting be 
adjourned. The motion carried unanimously. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1984 



PAGE THREE 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
JULY 1, 1983 - JUNE 30, 1984 

Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 

(These figures have been certified and we have a report on file in 
our office.) 



RECEIPTS: 

Balance on hand - July 1, 1983 

Revenue from Member Schools - 
Membership Fees 16, 

Officials Fees 60. 

Sale of Publications 2. 

Advertising Fees 

Directory 1 , 

Magazine 2, 

Other - Tournament Programs 28, 

Earnings from Investments 55 

State Tournaments 

Boys' State Basketball 431 

Girls' State Basketball 34, 

Baseball 3, 

Crosscountry 3, 

Football 58, 

Gymnastics 

Soccer 10 

Softball 1 

Swimming 1 

Tennis 

Track 4 

Volleyball 3 

Wrestling 2 

Other Revenue Receipts 358 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 



747.71 
736.01 
132.50 

650.00 
000.00 
192.50 
,924.22 

,874.76 
,385 36 
,960.00 
,609 00 
,748 50 
57200 
,287.70 
,016.00 
,116.00 
892.00 
,393.00 
,106.00 
,662.42 
,382.07 



1,082,387 75 
$1,124,413 44 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Administration 

Commissioner s Salary 34,021 65 

Asst Commissioners' Salaries 76.716.28 

Clerks & Stenographers' Salaries . . . 27,850.96 

Legal Services 27,117.16 

Other Administrative Staff 6,28128 

Board of Control Per Diem 44.926.45 

Audit 1.200 00 

Audio Visual Expenses 1.456.89 

Contractual Services 15.036.99 

Administrative Travel 22.045.59 

Postage 1 2.646.01 

Printing 36.880.62 

Purchase of Publications 23.299.20 

Office Supplies 3.438.52 

National Federation Dues 270.47 

Sports Committee Meetings 2,919 70 

Clinics for Registered Officials 6,253 35 

Other Expenses 2,724 80 

Expenses for Conducting State Playoffs 

Baseball 10,113 08 

Basketball (Boys) (Separate Accounf) -0- 

Basketball (Girls) {Separate Account) -0- 

Cross Country 9,102.18 

Fencing 848.50 

Football 30.598.27 

Golf 9,081.68 

Gymnastics 3.679.73 

Rifle Marksmanship 784.82 

Soccer 7.977.82 

Softball 5,907 98 

Swimming 7,679.53 

Tennis 11,651.68 

Track 44.822.46 

Volleyball 4.415.10 

Wrestling 4,143.43 

Operation of Plant 

Custodial Salaries 2.093,76 

Custodial Supplies 929.78 



Utilities 12.152.40 

Telephone & Telegraph 8.115.77 

Other Expenses 54.31 

Contractual Services/Bldg. & Grounds 1.127.00 

Contractual Services/Equipment 359 00 

Maintenance Contracts/Bldg, & Grounds 812 00 
Maintenance Contracts/Equipment ,.. 2,475.91 

Repair/Bldg. & Grounds 3,026.68 

Repair/Equipment 596.93 

Replacement of Equipment 7,942.36 

Fixed Charges 

Social Security Contribution 6,558 30 

Teachers' Retirement System 30,615 00 

Athletic Directors Assn 300,00 

Kentucky Unemployment Insurance .. 1.111.01 

Federal Withholding Tax 35.047.20 

State Withholding Tax 7.743.12 

Occupational Withholding Tax 3.955.87 

Insurance Premiums 

Property 912.00 

Employees Insurance 13.130.43 

Catastrophic Insurance 11 5.023 00 

Liability/Board of Control 11.978 00 

Catastrophic-Liability/Reg Officials . 15 
Other (Auto) 3, 

Contingencies 300, 

Capital Outlay 

Equipment - Original or Additional .. 13 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 



890 00 
667 55 
095 00 



-$1,094,759.93 



Balance on han 



ne30, 1984 



BANK RECONCILEMENT: 

Balance per bank statement June 30, 1984 38.502.56 

Less Outstanding Checks: 

No. 1104 132.00 

No 1357 10 00 

No 1464 48.00 

No. 1 540 1 59.60 

No. 1261 51.48 

No 1330 157.50 

No. 1331 165.20 

No. 1396 177.00 

No. 1436 10.00 

No. 1453 15.00 

No. 1472 106.70 

No 1477 25.00 

No 1525 68.00 

No 1578 80.00 

No. 1 588 70.40 

No. 1592 40.80 

No. 1629 80.80 

No. 1632 101.00 

No. 1634 40.40 

No. 1639 105.00 

No 1641 40.80 

No 1654 108.00 

No. 1 662 40.40 

No. 1699 151.20 

No. 1705 148.80 

No. 1718 76 80 

No. 1769 1.066,71 

No. 1777 645.26 

No 1786 345.20 

No. 1788 4,582.00 8.849.05 

True Bank Balance - June 30, 1984 $29,653.51 



1984 BOYS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance/Checking Account - July 1. 1983 $ 

Ticket Sales 595,895,00 

Postage 1,049,09 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1984 



Broadcasting Permits 11,175.00 

Program Sales 11,951.55 

Transfer from Girls' Account 8,000.00 

Redeposits of Bad Ctiecl^s 2,266.00 630,336.64 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $630,336.64 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 20,854.52 

Tropfiies and Awards 1,210 58 

Refunds 1,396.00 

Incidental Expenses (Teams) 17,000.00 

Transportation 5,382.00 

Lodging 13,214.18 

Ideals 15,423.93 

Coliseum Rental & Additional Fees ... 58,061.65 

Officials' Fees & Expenses 5,571.10 

Scorers & Timers 1.817.40 

Ticket Sellers, Takers & Guards 742.30 

Public Address Announcers 713.80 

Stiot Ctiart Keepers & Statisticians 1,468.50 

Ushers 7.832.09 

Towel Service 271 .00 

Films 3,801.40 

Supplies 258.92 

Hon & Expenses - Asst Tourn. Mgrs . . 3,838.76 

Bad Checks 2,398.00 

Municipal Tax 29,942.00 

First Aid Expenses 953.50 

fVliscellaneous Expenses 510.25 

Transfer - Girls Basketball Tourn Acct 8,000 00 200,66188 

Transfer to General Account as Tourn Receipts .... 429,674 76 

True Bank Balance - June 30, 1984 $ 00 



1984 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance/Ctiecking Account-July 1, 1983 $ 00 

Ticket Sales 1 15.442 25 

Postage 222 00 

Broadcasting Permits 730.00 

Program Sales 2.689.00 

Transfer from Boys Account 8,000 00 127,083.25 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $127,083 25 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Coliseum Rental & Additional Fees 4.030.06 

Printing 5.760 00 

Trophies & Awards 1.210.58 

Incidental Expenses (Teams) 17.000 00 

Transportation 7.110 00 

Lodging 13.23107 

tvleals 18.470 26 

Officials' Fees & Expenses 4.278 90 

Scorers & Timers 927.92 

Ticket Sellers. Takers & Guards 6,544 48 

Public Address Announcers 613.25 

Shot Chart Keepers & Statisticians 160.00 

Towel Service 174.75 

Films 3.353.90 

Supplies 174.00 

Hon. & Expenses - Asst Tourn Mgrs. .. 1.495.40 

First Aid Expenses 1 60.00 

Miscellaneous Expenses 3 32 

Transfer - Boys Basketball Tourn Acct 8.000 00 92.697.89 

Transfer to General Account as Tourn Receipts 34.385.36 

True Bank Balance - June 30. 1984 $ 0.00 



1983-84 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance/Checking Account - July 1. 1983 $2,702.06 

Matured Certificate of Deposit 95,000.00 

Interest from Certificate of Deposit 10,610.30 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $108,312.36 

DISBURSEMENTS; 

Retirement Payments 3,127.20 

Certificate of Deposit 100.000 00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $103,127.20 

Balance/Checking Account - June 30. 1984 $5.185 16 

K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS 
1983-84 

Cash Balance - 1st Security National Bank $29,653.51 

Certificate of Deposit - 1st Security Nat. Bank 450,000.00 

Money Market Inv. Acct - 1st Security Nat. Bank ... 134.431.42 

Total Funds On Hand - June 30, 1984 614.084.93 

Estimated Value of KH S A. A. BIdg. & Equipment .. 598.675 17 

TOTAL KHS A A ASSETS $1,212,760.10 

KH S A A Retirement Trust Fund Assets: 

Cash Balance - 1st Security Nat. Bank $5,185.16 

Certificate of Deposit - 1st Security Nat. Bank 100.000 00 

TOTAL RETIREMENT TRUST FUND ASSETS .... $105.185 16 

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1984 
SOCCER 
REGIONS 



East Jefferson 

Ballard 
Eastern 

* Jeffersontown 
Kentucky Country Day 
Oldham County 
Trinity 

Waggener 
Walden 
Shelby County 

Northern Kentucky 

Boone County 
Conner 
Dixie Heights 
Lloyd Memorial 
St. Henry 

* Scott County 

Lexington 

Berea 

Bryan Station 

Danville 

Henry Clay 

Lexington Catholic 

Oneida 

St. Camillus 

Rowan County 



Central Jefferson 

"Atherton 
Fern Creek 
duPont Manual 
Moore 
Seneca 
Southern 
St. Xavier 
St. Francis 
Male 

Nortfiern Kentucky 

Covington Holmes 
"Covington Catholic 
Covington Holy Cross 
Covington Latin 
Notre Dame (Girls) 
Villa Madonna (Girls) 
Scott 

Lafayette 

Clark County 
Frankfort 
'Lafayette 
Millersburg Military Inst. 
Montgomery County 
Sayre 

Tates Creek 
Woodford County 



West Jefferson 

Central 
Doss 

Fort Knox 
Holy Cross 
Ninth & O 

Pleasure Ridge Park 
DeSales 

South W. Christian 
*lroquois 

Western Kentucky 

Apollo 

*Daviess County 
Henderson County 
Madisonville N. Hopkins 
Marshall County 
Murray 
Ow/ensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 
University Heights 



* Denotes Regional Sites 

* Denotes Regional & 

State Site 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 



Elizabethtown 2 



East Carter 10 



East Carter 5 



Harrison County 14 



l-larrison County 9 




Paintsville, Kentucky 
May 31 -June 1, 1984 



East Carter 



Owensboro 12 



Tournament Officials 

Terry Bond - Crestview 

Phil Barnard - London 

Charles Hobbs - Ashland 

Mike Schaefer - Louisville 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1984 



1984 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 

BOYS TEAM CHAMPION 
HENDERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




Left to right: Warren Watson, Jotin Hoffman, Jim Wilson, Roland 
Lutz, Scott Hill. Not in picture Billy Young. 




BOYS SINGLES CHAMPION 

Scott Hill 

Henderson County High School 



BOYS DOUBLES CHAMPION 
Gil Haugh, John Grieve 
St. Xavier High School 




GIRLS TEAM CHAMPION 
SAYRE HIGH SCHOOL 




Left to right: 1st Row-Beckwith Archer, Susan Slaone, 2nd Row- 
Holly Parrish, Wendy Anderson, Virginia Peppiatt, Hillary Hobbs. 




GIRLS SINGLES CHAMPION 

Susan Sloane 

Sayre High School 



GIRLS DOUBLES CHAMPION 

Holly Parrish, Beckwith Archer 

Sayre High School 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1984 



PAGE SEVEN 



1983-84 KHSAA STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

May 24-25, 1984 

NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL TEAM 




1st Row-Leslie Menning, Michelle Pferrman, Tricia Bond, Tessy Bantzemper, Lisa Brewer, Jeni Armstrong, lUary Jo Velten. 2nd Row- 
Nancy Russell, Cathie Strickley, Jan Philips, Tina Moelier, Colleen Crowley, Cindy Armstrong, Ann Kaisar. 3rd Row-Wayne Moeller, 
Teresa Martle, Karen Mayers, Carol Baunmann, Trisha Veiiain, Amy Meltnar, Debby Foreppon, Christie Foreppon, Judy Uanlze. 



Southern 


1 










9 


Mercy Academy 


8 






Mercy Academy 




9 


Newport Central Catholic 






4 




6 


Metcalfe Co. 








20 


Newport Central Catholic 




Newport Central Catholic 











Newport Central Catholic 



Jackson Co. 


2 
15 


Marshall Co. 


10 






Marshall Co. 




4 


Marshall Co. 








Bryan Station 


4 


BYE 







PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1984 



Twenty-Fifth Annual Kentucky High School 

Girls Doubles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 31 - June 2, 1984 



Holly Parrlsh - Beckwilh Archer 
SAY RE 


Parrish - Archer 


Parrish - Archer 
6-1.6-1 


Parrish - Archer 
6-0, 6-0 


SEEDED PLAYERS 

H. Parrish/B. Archer - Sayre 




P. Mahon/S. Bird - Henderson Co. 
K. MInlhan/J. Abeli - Sacred Heart 


BYE 


Ellzey - Martin 


S. Rowan/D. Brohman - Sacred Heart 




S. Baii/S. Ball - Henderson Co. 


Leslie Ellzey - Missy Martin 
CAVERNA 


Bali - Bail 
6-1,7-5 


C. Cheatham/J. Cheatham - Oldham Co. 






BYE 


Bail - Bail 
6-0, 6-3 








HENDERSON CO. 


Rowan - Brohman 
6-2. 6-1 




Sandy Duncan - Tina Gonzales 
GARRARD CO. 




Kappes - Scroggin 
6-3, 6-4 




Amy Kappes - Mary Scroggin 
FT THOMAS 




Rowan - Brohman 
6-2, 6-0 




Shari Myers - Thersa Boyatt 
CENTRAL 




Rowan - Brohman 
6-0, 6-0 




Sarah Rowan - Dawn Brohman 
SACRED HEART 


6-3. 6-1 




Mahon - Bird 
6-1,4-6,6-3 




Evonne Marcum - Susan Sams 
WESTERN 




Naggert - Beck 
6-1,6-2 








FT. KNOX 


Cheatham - Cheatham 
6-2, 7-6 




Dana Shannon - Leigh Akin 
LONE OAK 




Cheatham - Cheatham 
6-0. 6-0 




OLDHAM CO. 


MInihan - Abeii 
2-6, 6-2, 6-4 




Jill McLoney - Ann Griffin 
SCOTT CO. 




Haines - Fritz 
6-0, 6-2 




Greta Morrison - Dawn Hessellbrock 
MONTGOMERY CO. 




Patton - Prather 
6-0, 6-2 








Shannon Haines ■ Jerry Fritz 
CHRISTIAN CO. 


Peppiatt - Hobbs 
62, 6-0 






6-1,6-2 


GARRARD 








SAYRE 


Patton - Prather 
6-0. 6-2 








WESTERN 


MInihan - Abeii 
6-0, 6-2 




Kristen Patton - Catherine Prather 
SCOTT CO. 




Passmore - Branstetter 
7-6. (7-2). 6-1 








RUSSELL 


Mahon - Bird 
6-2. 6-2 




Kim Passmore - Gretchen Branstetter 
CAVERNA 




MInihan - Abell 
6-0, 6-0 




Jill Belkee - Camllle Abel 
CENTRAL 




Beck - Hipp 
6-4, 6-4 








SACRED HEART 


Beck - Hipp 
7-5, 6-3 




Fanning Rose - Shannon Patrick 




MONTGOMERY CO. 






Donna Beck - Meianie Hipp 
FT. KNOX 




Browning - Waiters 








BYE 


Mahon - Bird 
6-0, 6-0 




Amy Browning - Katie Waiters 
FT. THOMAS 




Brantley - Brantley 








BYE 






Robin Brantley - Sharl Brantley 
LONE OAK 




Mahon - Bird 








BYE 






Patricia Mahon • Sue Anne Bird 
HENDERSON CO. 









THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1984 



PAGE NINE 



Twenty-Fifth Annual Kentucky High School 

Girls Singles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucl<y 

May 31 - June 2, 1984 



Susan Sloane - Sayra 
BYE 


1 Sloane 


6-0, 6-0 


Sloane 


Kim Arnold - Henry Clay 

Mtchelle O Bryan - Sacred Heart 
NlccI Moore - Montgomery Co 
trendy Anderaon - Lexington Sayre 
Julie Varga - Asiumptlon 
Michelle Dyer - Loulavllle Central 
Stacy Greentiaum - Lou. Collegiate 


Sue Johnson • Apollo 






Sharp 
4-6. 6-2. 6-1 




8 YE 


1 jonnson 








Mindy Sharp • Si. Pal 






6-0, 6-3 




BYE 






Samanlha Luaby - Scott 






Moore 
7-5, 6-0 












J 




NIccI Moore - Montgomery Co. 




6-0, 6-2 




Stanlleld 
















Stacy Whaley - Lone Oak 






Crown 
















Heather Crown - Bourbon Co. 






























6-0,6-1 












1 




TerrI Stanlleld - Elliabethtown 




6-0, 6-1 




BYE 


1 Stanlleld 










Kelly Hasklns' Heath 




6-2, 6-2 




BYE 










Libby Haines - RussellvHIe 






D»er 
















Stephanie Dixon - Henderson Co. 




Dr,„d 






UUon 










Michelle OBryan - Sacred Hear! 


























KimOraud- Dixie Heights 


Draud 




Al.ce Layton - Garrard Co. 


1 (i-0. b-2 


Dyer 








M h 11 n r 1 1 


Dyer 










Tanya Fudge - Cavema 










Betsy Kiel - Ft. Thomas Hlleman 




6-3.6-2 




n Mil n Fn ri r 


1 ti-^,6-2 










Andrea Tipton - Central 


Wllco«sln 


6-0, 6-0 


Sonya Wllcoisin - Green 


1 6-1.6-1 


SAYRE 




L.sbelh Harvey - Henderson Co. 


Greenbaum 




6-4.6-1 




Stacy Greenbaum - Collegiate 


1 6-1, 6-U 








Cindv Wallace West 








6-0, 8-2 




Caihy Thweatt - Lone Oak 










Sara Wade ■ Ft, Thomas 






Kloe.ld 




Wendy Anderson ■ Sayre 


1 *'-^- *»-•! 








BYE 




6-4, 6-2 






6-2, 6-0 






SaraKlncald- Sacred Heart 










BYE 








DIcken 




Dualln Meek - Paul Blazer 


1 Meek 








- P 












AngI Grillln - Scoll Co. 














6-4. 5-7. 6-2 




Kris DIcken - Campbell Co 


n "'"*" 








BYE 






Kelly Arnold - Garrard Co. 


1 Arnold 


















V.rgs 




Dawn MotolB - Ft. Knoi 


1 Motoia 








BYE 








S-0, 6-1 












1 












Bunnell 




Julie Varga - Assumption 










BYE 






a II c 


1 Bunnell 




















6-1,6-2 




Beth Reyrwids - Montgomery Co. 


1 H.ynold. 




















Sandy Sutton - Richmond Model 


1 Su,.on 




















Kim Arnold - Henry Clay 


1 Atnoia 









PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1984 



Fifty-First Annual Kentucky Highi School 

Boys Doubles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 31 - June 2, 1984 



SEEDED PLAYERS 
Hall/Greive - SI. Xavler 
Rowton/Krag - Paducah Titghrr 
Lanktord/Meadows - Sayre 
Rascoe/Mayes - Apollo 
Wilson/Young - Henderson 
Sharfer/Wtlcoxson - Waggener 
Kirlley/Vilale - Bowling Green 
Halligan/Meade - Trinity 



Wilson — Young 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1984 



PAGE ELEVEN 



Fifty-First Annual Kentucl<y IHigh School 

Boys Singles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 31 - June 2, 1984 



SEEDED PLAYERS 
Scotl Hill - Henderson ( 
Rockl« Mason - Hvnry ( 
Gf»ham Baughman - Ei 
Scon Draud - HIghlandi 



ScoH Hill - Hendflr»ofi Co. 


1 Hin 


6-3, 6-0 


Hill 




Roland Lull - Hen 
Kun Swauger - Br^ 
Stockle Rhawn - M 

Chuck Jody - Cor 
7-6, (7-3), 6-2 


er^on Co 


BYE 


an Station 


GBOlrv 




Lewis Gentry - Bsrdalown 


ale 


Brown 




BYE 




Bro«n 




John Brown - Bowling Green 




ReuM 










Bry.n 




Toby Bryan - Boyd Co. 




R.ell 










Ruell 




Dsvid Ruelf - Trinity 




Draud 










Oiler 










Franklin 










Hipp 




Cooper Hipp - Paducah Tllghman 














Frsnkiln 










Draud 










.„.. 




Scott Draud ■ Highlands 




BYE 


6-1.6-3 




Mlllef 




John Miller - Taylor Co. 




Comlsh 




BYE 




Panon 




Nathan Palton - Scott Co. 














Comlsh 




Brian Cornish - Falrdale 




Rhawn 




BYE 




e"^"". 




Stochle Rhawn Male 






Baughman 
6-2. 6-2 




T B 1 C bn 






7.6. (7-5). 1-6.6-3 




Erik Miller - Henry Clay 




Mike Argebrlght - Etlzabelhlown 






Moran 










Swauger 




Tony Phipps - Western 




6-0. 6-2 




Bob Baughman - Harrodburg 




Jody 

7-6. (7-2). 5-7. 6-3 




Kpllh Vnn* <H PatHrk 






Conyera 
6-a. 6-0 




Keith Hodge - M.M.I. 




Glen Conyers - Bath Co. 


HENDERSON CO 


Jody 


Darin Murphy - Ellzabelhtown 




Swauger 
6-2. 6-3 










Borcherdlng 




Charle Seabury - Paducah Tllghman 








Brooks Borcherdlng - Beechwood 




ITT.' 




Wes Clark - Warren Central 




Whitnell 




Kurt Swauger - Bryan Station 




W.l,nel, 




BYE 




Msaon 




Bart Whitnell - Maytleld 




Prlnk.lon 




RVF 






Baughman 




Paul Prlnkston - Scott Co. 




Mehlbauer 




















Baughman 










6-3. 6-4 




Graham Baughman ■ Eastern 




«... 




BYE 




Mike Adami - Marshall Co. 






Downing 




HYF 






7-6. (7-1). 8-1 




Alex Downing - Bowling Green 




Ambro.ino 




BYE 




6-2. 6-2 










Lule 










7-6. (7.5). 6-1 










...l.0h 




BYE 




Tim Jamison W 








Antko.lak 




BYE 




6-0.6-0 










Bulen 




BYE 








Jay Buten - Highlands 




M.„n 




BYE 










Rockis Mason - Hvnry Clay 









PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1984 



o 



Girls 

Say re 15 

Sacred Heart 9 

Henderson Co 8 

Fort Knox 5 

Henry Clay 5 

Campbell Co 4 

Ellzabethtown 4 

Assumption 3 

Caverns 3 

Central 3 

Montgomery Co 3 

Bourbon Co 2 

Dixie Heigtits 2 

Louisville Collegiate ... 2 

Oldham Co 2 

St. Patnck 2 

Scott Co 2 

Ctiristian Co 

Fairdale 

Green Co 

Highilands 

Lone Oak 

Apollo 

Bowling Green 

Garrard Co 

Heatti 

Model 

Paul Blazer 

Russell 

Russellville 

Western 



984 State Tennis 
Championships 

BOYS 

Henderson Co 13 

St. Xavier 8 

Henry Clay 7 

Bowling Green 5 

Trinity 5 

Eastern 4 

Highlands 4 

Apollo 3 

Boone Co 3 

Bryan Station 3 

Male 3 

Butler 2 

Corbin 2 

Fairdale 2 

Marshall Co 2 

Mayfield 2 

Moore 2 

Sayre 2 

Bath Co 

Beechwood 

Harrodsburg 

Meade Co 

Paducah Tilghman . . 

Paul Blazer 

Scott Co 

Waggener 

Bardstown 

Boyd Co 

Danville 

Ellzabethtown 

MMI 

Pleasure Ridge Park . . . 

St. Patrick 

Taylor Co 

Warren Central 

Western 



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PART II EXAMS FOR FOOTBALL, SOCCER 
AND VOLLEYBALL— SEPTEMBER 10 

The Part II examination must be taken under supervision. 
It will be given by the local assigning secretary and/or the 
KHSAA Office in Lexington, or other sites as designated 
by the KHSAA*. Any exception to the above must be 
cleared with the Commissioner. 

•Volleyball Sites-Ballard H.S.-3:00 pm 
Dayton H.S.-7:00 pm 



If you would like a copy of any 1983-84 Issue of tfie 
"Athelete", we have some extra copies for 
distribution. Please notify the K.H.S.A.A. office. 



BASKETBALL ASSIGNING 
SECRETARIES 1984-85 

Jim Henley. Route 1. Bardwell 42023, (Res ) 502/628- 
3536, (Bus.) 502/628-5476: Bill Burton, P O. Box 217, 
Eddyvllle 42038, (Res) 502/388-9980, (Bus) 502/388- 
7248: Jerry Kimmel, Box 86, Beechmont 42323, (Res ) 
502/476-2656: Dr. William Meadors, Box 307, Windsor 
Circle, Bowling Green 42101, (Res.) 502/842-4141, (Bus.) 
502/745-3347: Howard Gardner, 810 McCullum Avenue, 
Ellzabethtown 42701 , (Res.) 502/765-6273: Pete Mattingly, 
1514 Cardinal Drive, Louisville 40213, 502/459-5793, 
(Bus.) 502/458-2129: Carol Funk, 883 Parkway Drive, 
Louisville 40217, (Res.) 502/637-7893, (Bus.) 502/581- 
3719: Roy Winchester, Bethlehem 40007, (Res ) 502/845- 
5040: Bob Miller, 197 Holiday Lane, Fort Thomas 41075, 
(Res.) 606/441-5885, (Bus.) 606/292-3064: Howard 
Rogers, 17 Maryland Avenue, Winchester 40391, (Res ) 
606/744-1785, (Bus.) 606/293-3065: Bobby Flynn, 428 
McKenna Court, Lexington 40505, (Res ) 606/299-5902, 
(Bus.) 502/223-2880: Charles E. Hall, Route 2, Winterhawk, 
Danville 40422, (Res.) 606/236-881 1 , (Bus.) 606/236-2604: 
Ray Canady, Box 244, Barbourville 40906, (Res ) 606/546- 
4765, (Bus.) 606/546-4175: Don Stacy, Route 1, Box 835, 
Hazard 41701, (Res.) 606/429-4605, (Bus ) 606/426-3632 
or 3522 or 2332: Paul Dotson, Box 83, Belfry 41514, 
(Res.) 606/631-1841, (Bus.) 606/353-7230 or 353-7239, 
Bobby F. Crager, 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flatwoods 41139, 
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MINUTES OF 

VOLLEYBALL 

COMMITTEE 

MEETING 



The Volleyball Committee met at the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Office in Lexington, Kentucky on Tuesday, 
June 5, 1984, The meeting was called to order at 1030 a.m. by 
Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries. Committee members 
present included Bunny Daugherty. IVIargi McKenna, Sally Meng, 
and Joan IVIitchell. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of regional 
tournaments and sites. Bunny Daugherty was designated to check 
the availability of regional sites in Regions 1 , 2. and 3 in Louisville 
and IVIargi McKenna was asked to check on facilities for Regions 4 
and 5. It was suggested that Morehead State University again be 
the site for Region 6. 

The next item of discussion was the site for the State Volleyball 
Tournament to be held November 2-3, 1984. Due to comparable 
sites at Northern Kentucky University and the University of 
Kentucky, it was suggested that the state tournament be rotated 
and that the 1 984 tournament be held at the University of Kentucky. 
Pool play will be held at the Seaton Building with the semi-finals 
and finals at Memorial Coliseum. Bunny Daugherty expressed that 
Southern High School in Louisville might be a possible state 
tournament site in the future. It was recommended by the 
committee that Assistant Commissioner DeVries look into this 
possibility for future tournaments. 

It was recommended that due to the acute official's shortage, 
more officials need to be recruited to work high school volleyball. 

Clinic dates for 1984 are as follows; 
August 14 - Iroquois H.S.. Louisville - 7:30 p.m. 
August 16 - Dixie Heights H.S., Fort Mitchell - 7:30 p.m. 
August 21 - Alumni Gymnasium, Lexington - 6:00 p.m. 

It was suggested that practical work sessions could be held after 
the clinics are conducted and would be an excel lent way to provide 
experience to new officials. 

A brief discussion was held on the 1984 volleyball rule changes. 
The committee recommended that the time limit for games be 
eliminated for regular season and tournament playeffectiveforthe 
1984 volleyball season, 

A brief discussion was held on changes for the Constitution and 
By-Laws with no new recommendations suggested. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. 



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WHEREAS, The Kentucky High School Athletic Association and the 
National Federation of State High School Associations 
support athletics and activities as a complement to 
academic requirements, the combination of which produces 
a wholesome learning experience; and, 

WHEREAS, The Kentucky High School Athletic Association joins 

the National Federation of State High School Associations 
in proclaiming the week of October 14-21, 1984 as High 
School Activities Week; and, 

WHEREAS, Honorary Kentucky High School Athletic Association High 
School Activities Week Chairperson Mary T. Meagher has 
combined her pursuit for academic excellence with the 
rigorous training and disciplined schedule demanded of an 
Olympic athlete; and, 

WHEREAS, Miss Meagher has proven to be a fine example of the 

combination of academics and athletics by maintaining a B+ 
grade average both in high school and college, and capturing 
three gold medals in the swimming events of the XXIIIrd 
Olympiad this summer in Los Angeles; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, MARTHA LAYNE COLLINS, Governor of the Commonwealth of 

Kentucky, do hereby proclaim the week of October 14-21, 1984 as 

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES WEEK 



in Kentucky, and commend as exemplary the academic and athletic 
achievements of Honorary Kentucky High School Athletic Associ- 
ation APiiM-iies Week Chairperson Mary T. Meagher. 

DONE AT THE CAPITOL, in the City of 
Frankfort, this the 5th day of 
September, in the year of Our Lord One 
Thousand Nine Hundred E'.ghty-four and in 
the year of ;-he Commonwealth the One 
Hundred Ninety-third. 




UioMAB 



Drexell R. Davis 
Secretary of State 



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martJia i^ayne cotLOte 



VOL. XLV-NO. 1 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky Highi School Athletic Association 

SEPTEMBER, 1984 



$5.00 PER YEAR 



Officers Elected for K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control 

By Julian Tackett 



Eldon Davidson 





Robert Rogers 



Eldon Davidson, Montlcello High School Principal and 
Bob Rogers, Ballard Memorial High School Principal have 
been elected President and Vice President, respectively, of 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of 
Control by the members of the Board. 

Davidson, w/ho served as Vice President of the Board 
during the 1983-84 school year, succeeds Knox Central 
Principal Charles Black in the presidency, and claims that 
the new position is quite an honor for him. "When I 
compare this with other honors I have received, no honor 
has given me more pleasure than being elected President 
of this Board." 

Davidson has strong background and experience in 
Kentucky education beginning with his education at 
Hindman High Schoci. Following his graduation, 
Davidson served three years in the United States Navy 
before enrolling at Morehead State where he received both 
his B.S. and M.A. degrees. He then studied at Eastern 
Kentucky and Murray State before receiving his Rank 1 
degree from Western Kentucky University. 

His teaching experience began with instruction in 
Biology and Science at Wheelwright, Cordia and Hindman 
High Schools, after which he accepted his first 
principalship at Jenkins High School in 1961. Following 
four years at Jenkins, he was named principal at 
Montlcello High School, the position he still holds. He and 
his wife Betty have three children, Karen March, 25, John 
Walter, 23, and Richie Lando, 16. 

Davidson is a strong advocate of the use of the full 
school day for instruction, and feels that one way to solve 
some existing schedule problems would be the elimination 
of athletic team travel on school time. "Many teams are 
using school time for travel, and yet haven't scheduled 
games against schools that are geographically closer and 
of similar competitive ability," he points out. 

He does feel however, that the state tournaments for 
boys and girls basketball should be left alone. "If the 
K.H.S.A.A. is to run the tournament, then let them run it. I 
feel very worried about the Kentucky Department of 
Education tampering with the state tournament," he said. 

Davidson has several goals he would like to see 
accomplished during his tenure with his primary goal 
involving the attitude taken by the Board and member 
schools. "All member schools should recognize that the 
Board of Control is their elected representatives, doing a 
job to the best of their ability, and they should be 
supported publicly. This would strengthen the entire 
Association for the member schools to actively and vocally 
support the rulings of the Board." 

Those feelings are echoed by incoming Vice President 
of the Board, Bob Rogers. "I wish schools across the state 
would realize that the K.H.S.A.A. is their association, and 
they should make more effort to see that the rules and 
rulings are upheld and supported rather than trying ways 



to circumvent and bypass these regulations." 

Rogers, the representative of Regions I and II, said of his 
election, "I feel it is a great honor to serve in this position in 
an organization that I feel very proud to be a part of. 
Serving on this Board has been both a privilege and a 
challenge during the last three years." 

Rogers graduated from Bethel College (TN) in 1966 after 
attending that school on a basketball scholarship. He 
received his M.A. from Austin Peay in 1969, and his Rank 1 
from Murray State in 1971. 

His teaching career began with a one-year stint at Male 
High School in Louisville in 1966-67 where he also served 
as assistant basketball coach. He then moved on to 
Earlington High School where he taught and coached 
from 1967-69 before going to Henderson City School in 
1969 for a two year term as a teacherand head basketball 
coach. In 1971 he moved back to Earlington as a principal 
and basketball coach before giving up coaching and 
accepting an assistant principalship at Christian County in 
1973. 

In 1976, he moved to Webster County as an assistant 
principal and served there until accepting his current 
position at Ballard Memorial in 1980, 

Rogers and his wife Gayle have two children, Jeff, a 17 
year old senior, and Angle, a 15 year old sophomore, both 
of whom attend Ballard Memorial. 

"My primary goal is to continue to serve and represent 
the schools in Western Kentucky in the best way I can," 
Rogers stated. "Communication from the staie office and 
Board members to the schools is an essential Ingredient to 
the success of our organization, and I have tried as others 
have, and should continue to try, to be an effective 
communication link. I am very appreciative of the support 
of the Western Kentucky administrators in helping me to 
communicate with my represented schools. 




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SHIN SPLINTS 

Shin splints is an athletic mality that plagues almost all 
sports. Mr. David Green, Athletic Trainer at Eastern 
Kentucky University presents an overview on the cause, 
treatment, and prevention of shin splints. 

It is now three weeks In to the season and your star player 
complains of pain In his/her lower leg. Upon further 
examination he/she has pain on the anterior aspect of the 
tibia and the interossei space between the fibula and tibia. 
This Is commonly referred to as Shin Splints, which Is a 
catch all term that could be a simple strain of the tendon of 
the tibialis posterior muscle or something as severe as a 
stress fracture or anterior tibial compartment syndrome 
(severe swelling within the anterior fascia chamber of the 
muscle). 

Shin Splints are caused by a variety of things such as: 
poor conditioning, faulty footwear, bad running habits, 
overuse, weak arches, and running on hard or imbalanced 
surfaces. These are only a few possible causes for this 
annoying injury. One of the most common reasons for this 



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T HE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER. 1984 

needs to stretch properly prior to activity. The stretching 
needs to be a preventative technique but it should be used 
within the treatment regimine. The athlete needs to stretch 
his gastrocinemius by standing flat footed with toes 
slightly pointed in towards a wall 3 feet away, keep heels 
flat on the floor with back and legs straight, no touch the 
head to the wall. The athlete should hold this stretch for 10 
seconds and do 10 repetitions. They should stretch the 
dorsiflexors (anterior tibialis muscle). This is done by 
sitting on the lower leg that is flexed under oneself while 
the foot is plantarflexed. (You may use any other 
stretching techniques for these muscle groups). 

Some other preventive methods may include, run on 
grass or resilient surfaces, pad the heels (heelcups), 
having good shoes with proper arch support, and gradual 
conditioning of the athlete. 

In summary, shin splints are a pain located on the medial 
border of the bottom two-thirds of the tibia. The exact 
cause is not really known, but there are a wide variety of 
possible ones. Treatment is usually experimental, if it feels 
good and it works on that athlete use it. This is the same 
with taping. Prevention is the best cure with proper 
stretching and gradual conditioning. If no response to 
treatment within three weeks, see a physician to rule out 
the possibility of a more serious in jury I ike a stress fracture 
or anterior compartment syndrome. 

David T. Green 

Athletic Trainer, Certified 

Eastern Kentucky University 

FROM THE COMMISIONER'S OFFICE 



problem is changing from one running surface to another 
(from gymnasium floor to a soft field. What happens is 
the interroiseous membrane between the tibia and fibula 
or the tendon sheaths become inflammed or irritated. The 
following are symptoms your athlete will express: a 
persistant aching pain felt with weight bearing, climbing 
stairs and running. The medial aspect of the tibia is tender 
to the touch and sand-like profusions (bumps) may befelt. 
There can be a rise in body temperature and possible 
muscle spasms, but there is very little swelling. There may 
be an accute form of shin splints that will last only a few 
days or there will be a chronic case lasting up to several 
months 

Shin splints can be treated in a variety of ways, each 
individual athlete may react differently to each treatment 
regimine. Some will work for one athlete but not for others 
and vice versa. Probably the safest treatment is complete 
rest but no one knows for how long and if you are in the 
middle of the season it's difficult to rest. Some people have 
had results using heat, in the form of a whirlpool (108 
degrees for 10-15 minutes), hydrocullator steam pack or 
heat balms (cramergesic, ben gay, sports rub, etc.). This 
should be given before practice and using ice after 
practice. Some use ice before and after practice in the form 
of ice bags or ice cup massage. You will have to 
experiment with each treatment technique until you find 
the best for each individual athlete. 

Taping may be beneficial for the aid of shin splints. 
There are several ways to tape, like taping the longitudinal 
arch with a figure-of-eight taping, circular strips around 
the shin itself making sure not to restrict the calf muscle, 
and taping pads in place at the heel or the ball of the foot 
for support and cushioning from the impact of running. 
You can also use taping techniques in combination with 
each other. Again, you may need to experiment to find the 
best treatment for each individual athlete The athlete 




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WRESTLING CLINICS 
1984-85 



Saturday-November 3-Western Kentucky-Hopkinsville 

High School-1:00 P.M. 
Saturday-November 10-Northern Kentucky-Conner High 

School-1:00 P.M. 
Saturday-November 17-Frankfort-Frankfort High School- 

1:00 P.M. 
Tuesday-November 20-Louisville-Seneca High School- 

7:00 P.M. 

* * * 

1984 STATE CROSS 
COUNTRY MEET 

NOVEMBER 3 



Time Schedule 

1:00 p.m. -4:00 p.m. 

BOYS-5000 meters 
GIRLS-3000 meters 



K€NTUCKY 
HOR5€ PARK 



1984-85 Cross Country Regions 

The regional sites, managers and teams are assigned to 
each class and are listed below. Each school listed will 
receive from the regional manager an information sheet 
and entry form to the meet. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1984 



PAGE THREE 



1984 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

The regional sites, managers and teams are assigned toeacti class and are listed below. Eachi school listed 
will receive from the regional manager an information sheet and entry form to the meet. 



REGION ONE: 

Manager: Willie Simpson, Providence High School. Cedar 

St., Providence. Ky. 42450 

Boys Class A: Crittenden County. Fort Campbell. Lyon 

County, Providence. St. Mary. Hughes-Kirk. South 

Hopkins. Graham, Trigg County, Muhlenberg Central. 

West Hopkins. 

Girls Class A: Crittenden County. Fort Campbell, Fulton 

City, Providence, Trigg Co.. West Hopkins, Graham. 

Huges-Kirk, Lyon County. South Hopkins. Muhlenberg 

Central. 

Manager: Tony Rowe. Daviess County High School. 

Owensboro. Ky. 42301 

Boys Class AA: Bowling Green. Breckinridge Co.. 

Grayson County. Calloway County. Union County. 

Owensboro Catholic, Webster Coupty 

Girls Class AA: Bowling Green, Breckinridge County, 

Grayson County, Calloway County. Union County, 

Owensboro Catholic, Webster County 

Boys Class AAA: Apollo, Christian County. Daviess 

County. Henderson Co. Hopkinsville. Warren Central. 

Madisonville-N. Hopkins. Marshall County. North Hardin. 

Owensboro 

Girls Class AAA: Apollo. Christian County. Daviess 

County. Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Madisonville N. 

Hopkins, Marshall County. North Hardin. Owensboro. 

Warren Central 

REGION TWO: 

Manager: Bobby Williams. West Hardin High School. 

Stephensburg. Ky. 42781 

Boys Class A: Glasgow, Bardstown. Caverna, Edmonson 

Co., Fort Knox. Green Co.. Hancock County, Kentucky 

Country Day. Gamaliel. West Hardin. St. Francis. Hart 

County. Trinity (Whitesville). Christian Academy of L'ville, 

Bethlehem 

Girls Class A: Glasgow. Bardstown. Caverna. Edmonson 

County, Fort Knox, Hancock Co., Kentucky Country Day, 

West Hardin. Bethlehem. St. Francis. Trimble County. Hart 

County. Trinity (Whitesville) 

Boys Class AA: Barren County, ■ East Hardin. 

Elizabethtown. Larue County. North Bullitt. Washington 

County, Meade County. 

Girls Class AA: Barren County. East Hardin. 

Elizabethtown. Larue County. North Bullitt, Washington 

County. Mead County. 

Manager: Bro. Borgia, St. XavierHigh School, 1609 Poplar 

Level Road, L'ville, Kentucky 40217 

Boys Class AAA: Atherton. Central. Dupont Manual, 

Iroquois. Male. St Xavier. Shawnee. Butler. 

Girls Class AAA: Atherton. Butler, Central, Dupont 

Manual. Iroquois, Male. Shawnee. Presentation Acd.. 

Sacred Heart Acd. 

REGION THREE: 

Manger: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School, 8 & Walnut 
St., Dayton. Ky. 41074 

Boys Class A: Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Covington Latin. 
Dayton. Ludlow. Saint Henry. Silver Grove. Walton- 
Verona. Newport Central Cath. 

Girls Class A: Bellevue. Bishop Brossart. Dayton, Saint 
Henry, Silver Grove, Walton-Verona, Ludlow, Newport 
Central Cath. 
Boys Class AA: Connor, Covington Catholic, Dixie 



Heights. Highlands. Lloyd Memorial. Scott. Simon-Kenton 

Girls Class AA: Conner. Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd 

Memorial, Scott, Simon-Kenton 

Manager: Rich Rostel, Trinity High School. 4011 

Shelbyville Rd.. Louisville. Ky. 40207 

Boys Class AAA: Ballard. Eastern. Fern Creek. 

Jeffersontown. Moore. Seneca. Trinity. Waggener. 

Oldham Co. 

Girls Class AAA: Assumption. Ballard. Eastern. Fern 

Creek. Oldham Co.. Moore. Seneca 

REGION FOUR: 

Manager: Randy Crist. Anderson Co. High School. 

Broadway Ave,. Lawrenceburg, Ky. 40342 

Boys Class A: Grant Co.. Lexington Catholic, Spencer Co.. 

Owen Co.. Anderson Co.. Williamstown. Carroll Co.. 

Frankfort 

Girls Class A: Grant Co.. Lexington Catholic. Spencer Co.. 

Owen Co.. Anderson Co.. Frankfort. Williamstown 

Boys Class AA: Bourbon Co.. Franklin Co.. Harrison Co.. 

Jessamine Co.. Mason Co., Montgomery Co.. Scott Co., 

Western Hills. Woodford Co., Fleming Co. 

Girls Class AA: Bourbon Co.. Franklin Co., Harrison Co.. 

Jessamine Co.. Scott Co.. Montgomery Co.. Western Hills. 

Woodford Co. 

Manager: Charles Mitchell. Pleasure Ridge Park High 

School. 5901 Greenwood Rd.. Louisville, Ky. 40258 

Boys Class AAA: Holy Cross, DeSales. Doss. Fairdale. 

Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern. Valley. Western, Shelby 

Co.. Bullitt Central 

Girls Class AAA: Doss. Fairdale. Holy Rosary. Pleasure 

Ridge Park. Southern. Valley. Western. Mercy Academy, 

Shelby County. Holy Cross 

REGION FIVE: 

Manager: Gordon Bocock. Pulaski Co. High School. 

Somerset. Ky. 42501 

Boys Class A: Berea. Garrard Co.. Harrodsburg. Kentucky 

School F/T Deaf, Mercer Co.. Model. Somerset, 

Monticello. Wayne Co.. Harlan 

Girls Class A: Berea. Garrard Co., Harrodsburg. Kentucky 

School F/T Deaf, Mercer Co.. Model, Monticello, 

Somerset. Wayne Co.. Harlan 

Boys Class AA: Adair Co.. Boyle Co.. Clay Co.. Danville. 

Knox Central. Middlesboro. Taylor Co.. Whitley Co., 

McCreary Central. Bell Co., Marion Co. 

Girls Class AA: Adair Co.. Boyle Co.. Clay Co.. Danville, 

Knox Central. Middlesboro. Taylor Co.. Whitley Co., 

McCreary Central, Bell Co., Marion Co. 

Boys Class AAA: Bryan Station. Henry Clay, Lafayette, 

Laurel Co.. Madison Central. Neteon Co.. Pulaski Co., 

Tales Creek 

Girls Class AAA: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 

Laurel Co., Madison Central, Nelson Co., Pulaski Co., 

Tates Creek 

REGION SIX: 

Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Paintsville High School, 

Paintsville, Ky. 41240 

Boys Class A: Buckhorn, Cordia, Elliott Co., Hazard, 

Phelps, Lee Co., Oneida Baptist Inst., Paintsville, Riverside 

Christian, Allen Cent., Raceland, Lewis Co., Jackson City, 

Dilce Combs, Menifee Co., Jenkins. Bath Co. 

(continued on page eleven} 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1984 



BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A GIRLS 

Kentucky Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 26, 1984 




(L to R) Front Row: Michele Stanfield, Julie Harper, Lorie Docter, Sharon Carver, Becky Ackarson, Lisa 
Robertson. Back Row: Coach Harold Stidham, Susan Browning, Kim Tierney, Barbie Case, Diana Neises, 
Candy Brewer. 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Robertson, Lisa (12) Beltevue 
2. Anthony, Andy (12) Bullitt E 

3 Martz. Lori (12) Bisflop Br 

4 Adkms, Jill (12) Raceland 

5. Ray, Micfielle (8) Ballard 

6. Brown, Holly (12) Providence 

100m Low Hurdles 

1. Robertson, Lisa (12) Bellevue 

2. Anthony, Andy (12) Bullitt East 
3 Marlz, Lori (12) Bishop Brossart 

4, Daniels, Gail (11) Ft Campbell 

5. Brown, Holly (12) Providence 
6 Canter, Amy (11) Lewis Co 

100m Dash 

1 Robertson Lisa (12) 

2, Cheatum, Tammi (9) Carroll Co 

3 Jackson, Wanda (9) Ft Camp 

4 Rothwell, Francine (12) Madison 

5 Miller, Lea (11) Bath Co 

6 Howard. Lesley (11) Harlan 

200m Dash 

1 Rainwater, Lydawn (7) Larue Co 
2. Robertson, Lisa (12) Bellevue 

3 Beach, Jackie (10) Frankfort 

4 Thompson, Melissa (12) Trigg Co 

5 Pritchard, Maria (10) Ballard 

6 Rothwell, Francine (12) Madison 

400m Dash 

1. Beach. Jackie (10) Frankfort 

2 Thomspon, Milissa (12) Trigg Co 

3 Whitton, Julie (12) St, Henry 

4, Hawkins. Kim (11) Bath Co 

5. Jenkins, Tammi (11) Ft Campbell 
6 Stamper, Stephanie (8) Berea 



45 19 

46 49 

47 95 
49 30 
5038 



14.90 
15.30 
15.54 
1567 
17 15 
17 44 



25 23 
2553 
2597 

26 34 

26 39 

27 23 



58 14 
5968 

59 98 
1 00 19 
1 01 77 

102 94 



800m Run 

1 Hawkins, Kim (11) Bath Co 2:20 86 

2 Russell, Jennifer (11) Anderson Co 2:21 71 
3. Martin, Robin (11) Mercer Co 2:22.02 

4 Duff. Margaret (12) Somerset 2:23.44 

5 Hall. Marcia (10) Providence 2:26 19 
6. Tingler. Dana (8) Raceland 2:31.16 

1600m Run 

1, Hawkins. Kim (11) Bath Co 5.10.71 

2. Wissman, Tracky (10) St Henrv 5.12.77 

3 Marksberry. Louann (12) Owen Co 5.25.83 

4 Moutoux, Pam (11) Ky. Co Day 5 29 01 

5 t^atz. Heather (9) Ft Knox 5.34.31 
6. Wallace, Ginger (10) Trigg Co. 5 35.83 



400m Relay 

1 Madison 

2 Fort Campbell 

3 Frankfort 

4 Todd Central 

5 Bath County 

6 Somerset 

800m Relay 

1 Madison 

2 Fort Campbell 

3 Frankfort 

4 Bellevue 

5 Trigg County 

6 Larue County 

3200m Run 

1 Whisman. Tracy (10) St Henry 

2 Belt. Stacey (9) Anderson Co 

3 Chandler. Karen (7) Providence 

4 Thompson. Vicki (10) Green Co 

5 Hosteller, Lisa (12) Riverside 

6 Mryla, Mary (10) Fort Knox 

1600m Relay 

1 Bellevue 

2 St Henry 

3 Bath County 

5 Madison 

6 Fleming-Neon 

Discus 

1 Waller. Lori (11) Walton V. 

2 Bryant. Shatrece (10) Ft Camp 

3 Anthony. Andy (12) Bullitt East 

4 Powell, Anita (10) Larue Co 

5 Mitchell, Gabrielle, Ballard 

6 Green. Lori (11) Lex. Cath. 

Shot Put 

1 Waller. Lori (11) Walton V 

2 Turner. Hilane (10) Owen Co 

3 Kirk. Stacy (11) Gamaliel 

4 Criss. Karen (12) Fairview 

5 Powell. Anita (10) Larue Co 

6 Fowler, Brenda (9) Providence 



50.58 
51.29 
52.08 
5287 
54.55 
54 67 



1 46 63 



i07 



1 50.14 
1.51.78 
1 52.03 
1 53.05 



11 31.18 

11 48.16 

12 13.16 
12 1390 
12 31 82 
12 35 49 



4:06 12 
4 12 00 
4 14.52 



357" 
33'3' 
32'6" 
32'3" 
3ri0" 
3r9" 



High Jump 

1 Shea. Maureen (12) St Henry 5'2" 

2 Hickman. Phyllis (10) Bardstown 5'4" 

3 Blanton. Sonya (9) Edmondson Co 50' 

4 Day. Karen (12) Carroll County 5'0" 

5 Williams. Tracy (9) Fort Knox 5'0" 
6. Bryant, Charlotte (12) Menifee Co. 4'10" 



Long Jump 

1 Clemens. Angle (12) Bath Co 

2 Jenkins. Kammye (11) Ft Campbel 

3 Howard. Lesley (11) Harlan 

4 Anthony. Andy (12) Bullitt East 

5 Martin. Robin (11) Mercer Co 

6 Adkins. Angela (10) Grant County 



17'3 

16'8V;' 

16'6'/;' 



TOTAL POINTS 

Bellevue 52 

Bath County 44 

Fort Campbell 44 

St Henry 40 

Frankfort 28 

Madison 27 

Bullitt East 26 

Walton Verona 20 

Trigg County 19 

LaRue County 17 

Anderson County 16 

Owen County 14 

Bishop Brossart 12 

Carroll County 12 

Providence 12 

Bardstown 10 

Mercer County 8 

Harlan 7 

Ballard Memorial 6 

Edmonson County 6 



Fort Knox 5 

Raceland 5 

Somerset 5 

Fairview 4 

Green County 4 

Kentucky Country Day 4 

Todd County Central 4 

Riverside 2 



Berea 

Fleming Neon 

Grant County 

Lewis County 

Lexington Catholic . 
Menifee County 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1984 



PAGE FIVE 



FORT KNOX HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-IVlay 26, 1984 




(L to R) Front Row: Stewart Joslin, Teddy Bosey, Pat Williams, Tony Winston, George Delmaiizano. Back Row: 
Coach McCoy, Jimmy Holland, James Brown, Dan Bilbery, John Coles, Coach Shufelt. 



100m Dash 

1. Mitchell, Mark (11) Lex. Cath. 

2, Baker. Al (10) Trigg Co 

3. Douglas, Tony-Bardstown 

4. Turnley, Calvin (12) Trigg Co, 

5, Williams, Pat (10) Ft Knox 

6, Ratiff, Bobby (12) Bath Co 

200m Dash 

1. Mitchell. Mark (11) Lex. Cath. 

2. Ward, Ravonnie (12) Ft. Campbell 

3. Turnley, Calvin (12) Trigg Co 

4. Ratlift. Bobby (12) Bath Co 

5. Harrison, Raymond (9) Bardstown 

6. Williams. Pat (10) Fort Knox 

400m Oath 

1. Wagner, Tommy (12) Murray 

2 Holland, Jim (12) Ft Knox 

3 BiMberry, Darren (11) Ft Knox 

4. Turnley, Calvin (12) Tngg Co. 

5. Mitchell, Mark (11) Lex. Cath 

6. Rawe, Greg (12) Bishop Brossart 



10.94 
11 29 
11 29 
11.29 
11 40 
11 54 



22.33 
22.37 
22.66 
23 12 
23.30 
23.38 



800m Run 

1 Rawe, Greg (12) Bishop Brossart 

2 Moore, George (12) Murray 

3. Howard, Sean (12) Elliott Co 

4. Weisenhan, Tim (11) Lex. Cath 

5. Patton, Greg (12) Ft Campbell 

6. White, Kirby (11) Jenkins 

1600m Run 

1 Hov»ard, Sean (12) Elliott Co. 

2. Cooper, John (10) Bishop Br 

3. Bertram, Mark (11) Bishop Br 

4. CuniM. Jerry (9) Berea 

5. Morris. Corey (12) Ky. Co. Day 

6. Stoneman, Keith (10) Menifee Co 



1 58 76 
1 58 79 
2:00.04 
2:00 10 
2:01 99 
202.23 



4 26.78 
4 29.69 
431-35 
4 34.58 
436.09 
44207 



3200 Run 

1. Thomas. Jesse (12) Anderson Co 9:42,70 

2. Bertram. Marx (11) Bishop Brossart9:45 07 

3. Cuniff, Jerry (9) Berea 9:53.72 

4. Billington. Jason (10) Murray 10:01.48 

5. Givens, David (11) Green Co 10:02.15 

6. Wright, Lynus (10) Trigg Co 9:53.72 

110m High Hurdles 

1. Overstreet, Don (9) St. Mary 15 99 

2. Banister, Jim (12) Paris 1600 

3. Bosey, Teddy (12) Ft. Knox 16.25 

4. Chitwood, Joey (12) Caverna 16.36 

5. Hannan, John (12) Berea 16.50 

6. Young. Rocky (11) Nicholas Co 16,76 



300m Low Hurdles 

1. Bosey. Teddy (12) Fort Knox 39.65 

2 Hannan. John (12) Berea 39 80 

3 Roberts, Dennis (12) Ballard M 40 31 

4 Coldiron, Phillip-Nicholas Co. 40 64 
6 Dickman. Bob (11) Ludlow 40 79 
6 Osborne. Bob (12) Todd Cnt 41.78 

800m Relay 

1 Fort Knox 1.32.41 

2 Bardstown 1.33.69 

3 Ludlow 1.34 87 

4 Trigg County 1 .35 77 

5 Bath County 1 36 81 
6. Raceland 1.38 54 

1600 Relay 

1 Fort Campbell 3 25.05 

2 Fort Knox 3:27.80 

3. Todd Central 3 33 32 

4. Ludlow 334 16 
5 Paintsville 3:34.46 
6. Bath County 3:40.22 

Shot Put 

1 Poehlein. John (12) Hancock Co 53'6" 

2 Whitaker. Brad (12) McLean Co 51 '4" 
3. Berheit. Gary (12) Bellevue 50'5" 

4 Caple. Denny (12) Ludlow 48'3" 

5 Mounce. Mark (11) Somerset 46'2" 

6 Mullins. Bucky (12) Fleming N 45' 

High Jump 

1 Brown. J.B (12) Fort Knox 6'10V." 

2. Overstreet, Don (9) St Mary 6'6" 

3 Boggess, Mark (12) Murray 6'4" 

4 Williams, Charles (12) Bardstown 6'0" 

5. Pearson, Jack (12) Harrodsburg 5'10" 
6 Lackey, John (12) Betsy Layne 5'8" 

Pole Vault 

1 Wood, Gerald (12) Hancock Co 12'0" 

2 Veach, Brian (12) Bellevue 12'0" 

3. York, Mark (12) Glasgow 1V6" 

4 Wahl. Robbie (11) Ky Co. Day ll'O" 

5 Casey. Mark (11) Anderson Co. ll'O" 

6. Burchell. Blake (12) Paintsville 9'0" 

Long Jump 

1. Johnson. Davie (11) Bardstown 22'9%" 

2 Cage. Jonathan (12) Russellville 2r9'/4" 

3 Young. Rodney (12) Fort Campbell 2r4yi" 

4 Cooper. Eric (12) Berea 21 ■3%" 

5 Combs, John (12) Bellevue 20'9" 

6 Young, Rocky (11) 19"1iy4" 



Triple Jump 

1 Young, Rodney (12) Ft. Camp 44'4%" 

2 Mumphrey, Marc (8) Carroll Co 42'VA" 

3 Douglas, Tony (12) Bardstown 4ri0y,'" 

4. Martin, (11) Madison 4ri0" 

5. Mack. Greg (12) Pans 40'8y2" 
6 Lee. Robert (11) Heath 407%" 

Discuss 

•1 Poehlein, John (12) Hancock Co 185'2" 

2 Caple. Denny (12) Ludlow 157'11" 

3. Berheit, Gary (12) Bellevue 144'4" 

4 Walls, Bobby (12) Ft Campbell 136'3" 

5 Blair, Jerry (11) Berea 130'6" 

6 Mounce, Mark (11) Somerset 125'0" 

•Denotes New State Record 



TOTAL POINTS 

Fort Knox 61 

Fort Campbell 40 

Bardstown 36 

Bishop Brossart 33 

Hancock County 30 

Murray 28 

Trigg County 27 

Berea 26 

Lexington Catholic 26 

Ludlow 24 

Bellevue 22 

St. Mary '..18 

Elliott County 16 

Anderson County 12 

Paris 10 

Bath County 8 

Carroll County 8 

McLean County 8 

Russellville 8 

Todd County Central 7 

Ballard Memorial 6 

Glasgow 6 

Kentucky Country Day 6 

Nicholas County 6 

Caverna 4 

Madison 4 

Paintsville 3 

Somerset 3 

Green County 2 

Harrodsburg 2 

Fleming Neon 1 

Heath 1 

Jenkins 1 

Menifee County 1 

Raceland 1 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1984 



DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA GIRLS 
Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-IVlay 26, 1984 




(L to R) Front Row: Susan Rankin, Sharon Woods, Teresa Harris, Karen Terry, Tina Robertson. Second Row: 
Kim Ingram, Danatia Coulter, Kim Mitchell, Jennie Reigelman, Vicky Alcorn. Back Row: Coach Myron Fourtne, 
Pam Clements, Dianna Smith, LaFonda Staleworth, T.T. Lewis, Nathan Christopher Atkins, Coach James 
Atkins. 

400m Relay 
I 1 Logan Co 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Wampler, Monick (12) Whitesburg 
2. Raglin. Michelle (11) Bourbon 

3 Goins, Chante (10) Frank, Simp 

4 Skinner. Geraldine (11) Union Co. 
5. Johnson. Waraha (11) Grayson Co 
6 Pruitt. Christian (11) Russell 



484 

60.7 
507 



2. Danville 
3 Franklin Co 
4. Harrison Co 

5 Clay Co. 

6 Paducah Tilg 



Long Jump 

50.54 1. Bailey. Sherita (12) Frank Simp 18'2" 

50.73 2 Jones. Latonya (12) Paducah Tilg ^T5V," 

51.30 3 Henson, Tami (9) Clay County 174W 

51.36 4 Smith. Dianna (12) Danville le'S'A" 

52 16 5 Compton. Pat (11) Fleming County 162%" 

52 39 6 Patterson. Angie (11) Scott Co 16'2'/<" 



100 Low Hurdles 

1 Acquaviva. Cathy (11) Franklin Co 

2 Wamper. Monick (12) Whilesburg 

3 Smith. Tvireela (9) Adair Co. 

4 Galloway. Itsy (12) Oboro Calh 

5 Howard. Jennifer (10) Franklin Co. 

6 Frazier. Lisa (11) Clay Co. 

100m Dash 

1. Robey. Regina (11) Logan Co 

2 Brooks, Angie (11) Union Co 

3 Robinson, Tina (8) Danville 

4 Jackson. Tina (12) Franklin Co 

5 Williams, Lisa (11) Mason Co. 

6 Travis. Caria (9) Lloyd Mem. 

200m Dash 

1 Custard. Mary (10) Harrison Co 

2 Smalley, Jackie (11) Boyle Co 

3 Coulter. Danita (12) Danville 

4 Jones, Latonya (12) Paducah 

5. Williams. Kim (12) Scott Co 

6. Grimes. Marcia (9) Calloway Co 

400m Dash 

1 Custard, Mary (10) Harrison Co. 

2 Jones, Latonya (12) Pad Tilg 

3 Flowers, Theresa (11) Logan Co 

4. Jackson, Tina (12) Franklin Co 

5. Sleet, Alice (12) Boyle Co 

6. Coomer, Tornia (9) Henry Clay 



1503 

15 11 

16 99 
1607 
1628 
16 41 



2632 
26 38 
2639 
26 48 
26.51 
26.56 



57.88 
59 78 
1:00 19 
1 00.80 
1 00 82 
1:01.08 



800m Run 

1 Boggs. Deanna (10) Whitesburg 2 17 95 

2 Plank. Kathv (111 Conner 2 1964 

3 Woods. Sharon (8) Danville 2:22.49 

4 Cox. Nicole (7) Clay Co 2 26.45 

5, Beachamp, Jacquie (10) Barren Co 2:26.90 

6. Snook. Peggy (9) Western Hills 2:27.02 

1600m Run 

1 Plank, Kathy (11) Conner 5 03 95 

2. Boggs, Deana (10) Whitesburg 5.12.98 

3. Asher, Tonya (8) Clay Co 5.15 39 

4 Caudle. Julie (8) Franklin Co Co 5.30 64 

5 Wilkins. Diana (12) Meade Co 5 3126 
6. Thomas, Missie (11) Union Co. 5.31.80 



800m Relay 

1 Danville 

2 Harrison Co 

3 Franklin Co 

4 Logan Co. 

5 Paducah Tilghn 

6 Boyle County 



1 .46.29 
1 .46.42 
1.47.74 
1.47.94 
1.49.13 
1 50 48 



3200m Run 

1 Plank. Kathy (11) Conner 11:2888 

2 Ballard. Genny (9) Lawrence Co 11 52 99 

3 Thomas. Missie (11) Union Co 120001 

4 Caudle. Julie (8) Franklin Co 12 09 19 

5 Wilkins. Diana (12) Meade Co 12 1638 

6 Mallay. Beth (12) Meade Co 12:45 71 

1600m Relay 

1 Danville 4 02 90 
2. Harrison County 4:08.99 

3 Clay County 4:09 90 

4 Marion County 4.15.52 
5. Webster County 4:16.05 
6 Union County 4:20.25 

Shot Put 

1. Hatcnett, Sherry (12) Ohio Co 3510" 

2 Compton, Pat (11) Fleming Co 36'2" 

3 Bunch, G (11) Barren Co 34'9" 

4 Magrane, Jonie (10) Rowan Co 34'6" 

5 Webb, Pam (12) Bourbon Co 344" 

6 Ewell, Karen (12) Lloyd Mem 33'10" 

Discus 

1 Hatchett. Sherry (12) Ohio Co 1221" 

2 Magrane, Jone (10) Rowan Co. 1170" 

3 Lewis. Thenetle (12) Danville 114'0" 

4 Bunch, G. (11) Barren Co 110'3" 

5. Magrane, Julie (8) Rowan Co 10911 ' 
6 Linton, Ann (12) Washington Co. 104'2" 

High Jump 

1 Moss, Amberly (10) Calloway Co 5'3" 

2 Young, Megan (9) Montgomery Co. 5'2" 

3 Young, Patty (11) Webster Co. 5^^" 

4 Rice, Kelly (12) Clay Co. 5'0" 

5 Compton, Pat (11) Fleming Co. 5'0" 

6, Harrison. Kellie (10) Dixie Heights 4'10" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Danville 56 

Franklin County 40 

Harrison County 40 

Whitesburg 36 

Clay County 30 

Logan County 30 

Conner 28 

Paducah Tilghman 23 

Ohio County 20 

Union County 19 

Franklin Simpson 16 

Rowan County 14 

Barren County 12 

Boyle County 11 

Calloway County 11 

Bourbon County 10 

Fleming County 10 

Lawrence County 8 

Montgomery County 8 

Webster County 8 

Adair County 6 

Meade County 5 

Marion County 4 

Owensboro Catholic 4 

Scott County 3 

Fleming Neon 2 

Grayson County 2 

Mason County 2 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd Memorial 

Russell County 

Washington County 

Western Hills 



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PADUCAH TILGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-IVlay 26, 1984 




(L to R) Front Row: Ronald Clark, Sam Covington, Grey Willims, Craig Johnson, Neil Clark, Victor Copelan. 
Back Row: Coach Larry Alean, Lyman Brown, Jimmy Harris, Connor Mason, Shawn Jackson, Edward Watson, 
Angle Shiller, Steve Johnston. 

Long Jump 

1 Morns. Mark (12) Franklin Co. 22'9'/!" 

2 Beasley, Williams (12) Bowl. Gr. 22' 6%" 

3 Scott. Tom (11) East Hardm 217" 

4 Barber, Tony (11) Bowl. Gr 21'4'/i" 

5 Good. Stacy (12) Bell County 207" 

6 Roberts. Bryan (12) 20'4%" 



100m Dash 

1. Mason, Conner (12) Pad Tilg 

2 Jackson. Glenn (11) Frankim Co 

3 Clark. Ronald(12) Pad Tilg 

4 Fletcher. Shane (12) Mason Co 

5 Burden. Gregg (10) Harrison Co 
6- Ferguson, Darrell (11) Middleboro 



11 31 
11,32 
11 48 



300m Low Hurdles 

Blake, Jeft (12) Middlesboro 39 18 

Mosley. Trey (11) Webster Co 39 33 

Hamilton. Ken (12) Danville 39 76 

Madden. Roger (12) Clay Co 3977 
Burden. Butch (11) Woodford Co 40 16 

Clark. Ronald (12) Pad. Tilg. 40 20 



200m Dash 

1. Jackson. Shawn (11) Paducah 2180 

2. Mason, Conner (12) Paducah 21 93 

3. Fletcher, Shane (12) Mason Co 22 39 

4. Jackson. Glenn (11) Franklin Co 22,78 

5. Morris, Mark (12) Franklin Co 23 06 

6. Stallworth, Marcus (9) Danville 23.29 



800m Relay 

1. Paducah Tilghman 

2 Franklin County 

3 Bowling Green 

4 Elizabettitown 

5 Cawood 

6 Harrison County 



Triple Jump 

12980 1 Beasley. William Bowling Gr 47'10V,- 

131,78 2 Robertson, Mike (11) Bowling G, A6W," 

1 32 19 3 Morris, Mark (12) Franklin Co. 450%" 

134 97 4 Scott. Tom (11) East Hardin 42'4y." 

1,3506 5 Cox, Todd (10) Elizabelhtown 42'1'/," 

13584 6 Madden, Roger (12) Clay County 417" 



400m Dash 

1 Mason, Connor. (12) Paducah Tilg 48.59 

2 Fletcher, Shane (12) Mason Co 60 91 

3 Smoot. Mason. (12) Elizabethtown 51 04 

4 Harper. Derry (12) Knox Central 51 26 

5, Ossege, Doug (11) Highlands 5165 
6 Garrett, Tracy (11) Scott Co 51 95 

800m Run 

1. Caldwell, Jeff (12) Scott Co, 1 57,49 

2. Ossege, Doug (11) Highlands 1 67 95 
3 Moore, Scott (11) Grayson Co 2 01 26 
4. Williams, Greg (10) Paducah 2:02,26 

6. Harris, Darrell (12) Calloway Co. 2 02 53 
6. Slone. Richie (12) Prestonsburg 2:02 60 

1600m Run 

1- Boxx, James (12) Middleboro 4 29.36 

2 Caldwell. Jeff (12) Scott Co 431,78 

3. Painter. Charlie (12) Middlesboro 4 33 17 

4. Vandenberg, Jimmy (12) 

Franklin Co. 4 34,29 

5. Knight, Barry (11) Calloway Co. 4 36 99 

6. Clark. Neal (9) Paducah Tilg. 4.46 76 

3200m Run 

1. Clark, Tim (12) Owensboro Cath. 

2 Marshall, Rob (12) Cov Catholic 

3 Thornton, Gary (10) Webster Co 

4, Collier, Jeff (12) Whitesburg 

5, Cornett, Fred (12) Scott 



9:44,91 
9:63.4 
10:02,1 
10:03.1 
10:163 
6. Paynter. Charlie (12) Middlesboro 10:21.1 



110m High Hurdles 

1 Blake. Jeff (12) Middlesboro 16.04 

2. Robertson. Mike (11) Bowling Gr 15.22 

3. Hamilton, Ken (12) Danville 1606 

4. Canady, Mark (10) Knox Cnt, 15.80 

5. Burdin, Butch (11) Woodord Co 15.96 

6. Owen, Jason (12) Barren County 16.06 



1600m Relay 

1 Paducah Tilghman 3:21.68 

2 Mayfield 3:22 94 

3 Scott County 3 29 39 

4 Newport Central Catholic 33110 

5 Danville 3:31 90 
6. Elizabethtown 3 32 93 

Shot Put 

1 Gaither. Bobby (12) Grayson Co. 4910" 

2 Gibson. Donald (12) Knott Co 495" 

3 Hams. Jimmy (12) Paducah Tilg 48' 

4. Whaley. Phil (12) Highlands 47'4" 

5. Deminbrun, Tim (12) Barren Co. 45'9" 

6 Ison. Tony (12) Lawrence Co 45'1" 

Discus 

1 Houston. Doug (10) Bowling Gr 136'2" 

2 McMurty. Quinn (10) Newport Ca 13410" 

3. Harris, Steve (11) Franklin Co, 1336" 

4. Harris. Jimmy (12) Paducah Tilg. 1298" 
6 Ely. Tim (12) Middlesboro 127'ir 
6 Gorin, Mark (11) Taylor Co 1258" 

High Jump 

1, Albritton, Todd (12) Calloway Co 6'6" 

2 Davis, Mike (12) Bourbon County 6'4" 

3 Thompson. Mike (12) Highlands 6'2" 

4 Wilson. Jody (10) Rowan Cunty 6'2" 
6 Beasley. William (12) Bowling Gr, 60" 
6 Young. Donnie (12) Grayson Co, 60' 

Pole Vault 

1 Frisch. Mike (12) Cov Cath 12'0" 

2 demons. Todd (10) Barren Co, 120' 

3 Martin. Butch (12) Bourbon Co, 110" 

4 Gillion. Eddie (12) Barren Co. 110" 

5 Messen. Doug (12) Russell 10'6" 

6. Gilbert. John (11) Clay Co. lO'O" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Paducah Tilghman 80 

Bowling Green 56 

Franklin County 48 

Middlesboro 40 

Scott County 25 

Highlands 20 

Covington Catholic 18 

Mason County 18 

Grayson County 17 

Barren County 15 

Danville 15 

Bourbon County 14 

Calloway County 14 

Webster County 14 

Elizabethtown 13 

Newport Central Catholic 12 

East Hardin 10 

Owensboro Catholic 10 

Knott County 8 

Knox Central 8 

Mayfield 8 

Whitesburg 8 

Clay County 6 

Woodford County 5 

Rowan County 4 

Harrison County 3 

Bell County 2 

Cawood 2 

Russell County 2 

Scott 2 

Lawrence County 1 

Prestonsburg 1 

Taylor County 1 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1984 



BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-l\/lay 26, 1984 




(L to R) Froni Row: Molly Miller, Judy Nichols. Second Row: Tracy Webb, Tracie Wright, Karen Carbin, Karen 
Johnson. Back Row: Coach Edward Newtwon, Ann Thomspon. 



300m Low Hurdles 400m Relay 

1 Webb. Tracy (12) Ballard 45 11 1 Owensboro 

2 Tyson. Celia (9) Oldham Co 46 19 2 Doss 

3 Collins. Diane (11) Warren cm 46 95 3 Bryan Station 

4 Cannon. Ttieresa (12) Male 47 29 4 Eastern 

5 Mann. Maria (12) Notre Dame 47 62 5 Moore 

6 Rice, Tonia (11) Doss 50 12 6 Male 



Long Jump 

4967 1 Smith. Tina (12) Bryan SI IS'll' 

4979 2 Card. Robin (12) Warren Cnt 17'1%' 

4996 3 Vesgo. Rogin (10) Boyd Co 16'8»/.' 

50 45 4 Johnson. Raene (9) Henderson Co 15'10%' 

5064 5 English Vanessa (12) Fairdale 15'10'/r' 

50 91 6 Franzman. Susan (12) Holy Hosary 15'5Vr' 



100 Low Hurdles 

1. Canada. Delicia (12) Bryan St 14 76 

2 Webb. Tracy (12) Ballard 14 99 

3 Vegso. Robin (10) Boyd Co 1562 

4 Cannon. Theresa (12) Male 15 77 

5 Collins. Diane (11) Warren Cnl 15 82 

6 Pitlman. Vonnie (11) Doss 15 88 

100m Dash 

1 Wright. Tracy (12) Ballard 1231 

2. Stone. Shawn (12) Shelby Co 1242 

3 Higgs, Shawn (10) Oboro 12 59 

4 Shelby. Norma (12) Male 12 66 

5 Wiklerson. Antoinette (11) B S 12 89 
6. Keaton. Kim (10) Southern 1289 

200m Dash 

1 Carbin. Karen (12) Ballard 24 94 

2 Wright. Tracy (12) Ballard 25 09 

3 Coleman. Melissa (11) Lafayette 25 56 

4 Stone. Shawn (12) Shelby Co 25 63 

5. Hill. Kim (11) Doss 25 65 

6. Shelby. Norma (12) Male 25 76 

400m Dash 

1 Carbm. Karen (12) Ballard 55 68 

2 Dunning. ReRe (12) Eastern 58 39 

3 Garner, Michelle (11) Bryan St 59 04 

4 Coleman, Melissa (11) Lafayette 59 67 

5 Pittman, Vonnie (11) Doss 100 47 

6 Weathers, Venita (10) Hend Co 100 76 

800m Run 

1 Meece, Debbie (11) Pulaski Co 2 1844 

2 Webster, Andrea (12) Madisonville 2 18 48 

3 Bland, Sarah (11) Shelby Co 2:20 75 

4 Obersl, Alicia (12) Sacred Heart 2 24 35 

5 Gersheimer, Jenny (12) Moore 2 25.37 
6. Falk, Linda (11) Assumption 2 26 07 

1600m Run 

1 Brit, Angela (9) Atherton 5.11.58 

2. Crutcher. Nancy (9) Oldham Co 5,11,63 

3 Sapieaza, Jeanne (12) Central 5,13,66 

4, Trimble, Melanie (9) Boyd Co 5 24 22 

5, Bland, Sarah (11) Shelby Co 5 29 37 

6, Bruner, Margaret (12) Laurel Co 5 30,64 



800m Relay 

1 Ballard 

2 Shelby County 

3 Bryan Station 

4 Eastern 

5, Henderson Co, 
6 Male 



1 4374 
1 45,98 
1 46 38 
1 46 78 
1 47 24 
1 48 64 



3200m Run 

1 Sapinza, Jeanne (12) Cenlral 

2 Birt, Angela (9) Atherton 

3 Crutcher, Nancy (9) Oldham Co 

4 Collins, Beth (11) Lafayette 

5 Trimble, Melanie (9) Boyd Co 

6 Bryant, Cheryl (11) Madisonville 

1600m Relay 

1 Ballard 

2 Eastern 

3 Doss 

4 Lafayette 

5 Henderson County 

6 Central 

Shot Put 

1 Crawford Tonya (11) Butler 

2 Cooper, Dana (12) Male 

3 Vaughn, Denise (11) Moore 

4 Jones, Sherry (10) Laurel Co 

5 Cox, Fawinda (12) North Hardin 

6 Williams, Rosann (12) Presentation 



11 2860 
11 33 10 
11 3515 

11 58 49 

12 06 90 
12 1846 



35297 
3:57 91 
4 02 54 
4 02 56 
4 10 07 
4 10 92 



37-10" 
37-3" 
37'3" 
35'4" 
33'8" 
32'2" 



Discus 

1 Schmidth, Lisa (12) Boone Co, 1187^;" 

2 Finley, Allison (11) Apollo 117'4" 

3 Williams. Rosann (12) Prestonsburg 110'2" 

4, Cox. Fawanda (12) North Hardin 99'1" 

5, Tarlton. Tammy (11) Holy Rosary 97'2" 

6, Crawford. Tonya (11) Butler 96'10" 

High Jump 

1- Franzman. Susan (12) Holy Rosary 5'4" 

2, Woolridge. Sandy (10) Mercy Acd 5'2" 

3 Loney, Donna (10) Henderson Co 5'0" 

4 Stone. Shawn (12) Shelby County 50" 

5, Warren. Traci (11) Male 50' 

6. Gersheimer, Jenny (12) Moore 5'0" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Ballard 76 

Bryan Station 40 

Shelby County 32 

Male 25 

Eastern 24 

Oldham County 22 

Doss 20 

Atherton 18 

Boyd County 18 

Lafayette IB 

Central 17 

Owensboro 16 

Warren Central 16 

Henderson County 15 

Holy Rosary 13 

Butler 11 

Moore 11 

Boone County 10 

Pulaski County 10 

Madisonville 9 

Apollo 8 

Mercy Academy 8 

Presentation 7 

North Hardin 6 

Laurel County 5 

Sacred Hear! 4 

Fairdale 2 

Assumption 1 

Southern 1 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1984 



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SHELBY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-IVlay 26, 1984 




(L to R) Front Row: Willie White, Chris Lancaster, Robert Taylor. Second Row: Coach Larry Wingfield, Terry 
Stone, Anthony Tinsley, Bryant Chambers, Steve Jackson. Back Row: Coach Johnny Reese. 



100m Dash 

1 Robinson, Derk (11) Latayetle 

2 Lancaster. Chris (11) Shelby Co 

3 Grandy, Allen (12) Moore 

4 Long, Toney (11) Iroquois 

5 Bacon. Scott (11) Marshall Co 

6 Richardson. David (11) Bishop 

200m Dash 

1 Robinson, Derrek (11) Lafayette 

2 Taylor, Joe (11) Eastern 

3 Grundy, Allan (12) Moore 

4 Jordon, Terry 911) Bryan Station 

5 Bacon. Scott (12) Marshall Co 

6 Watkms. Scott (11) Henderson Co 



22 16 
22 39 
22 39 
22 55 
22 56 
22 89 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Lancaster. Chris Shelby Co 38 32 

2 Marcum. Rick (12) Mad Cent 39 11 

3 Thompson. Carlos (12) Iroquois 39 37 

4 Crawford. Mike Central (Lvile) 39 54 

5 McCrawy. Rod (10) Lou Trinity 39 64 

6 Thompson, Mike (10) Homes 39 65 

800m Relay 

1 Moore 1 31 33 

2 Ballard 1 31 44 

3 Shelby County 1 32 37 

4 Iroquois 132 42 

5 Male 1 32 46 

6 Henderson County 1 32 73 



Long Jump 

1 White. William (11) Shelby Co 22'6'/;" 

2 Shearer. Joe (11) Bryan St 2r9' 

3 Davidson. Brian (11) Seneca 21'3" 

4 Nelson. Jeff (12) Boone Co 2ri'/." 

5 Rowan Lament-Central 2riOV!" 

6 Anderson. Tim-Male 20'5" 

Triple Jump 

1 Bacon. Scott (12) Marshall Co 437%" 

2 Walker. David (12) Bryan St 43'5'A" 

3 Ward, Maurice (11) Bryan St 43'5" 

4 Schoedmger, Kevin-St Xavier 43'4y!" 

5 Howard, Anthony (12) Ballard 42'11'" 

6 Grass, Tony (10) Trinity 42'10%" 



400m Dash 

1 Taylor, Joe (11) Eastern 

2- Robison. Derek (11) Lafayette 

3. Hayes, Mark (12) Campbell Co 

4 Rorer. Fred (11) Madisonville 

5 Wilson. Jim (12) Iroquois 

6 Moore. Donald (12) Iroquois 

800m Run 

1 Scott. Ebelhar (12) Apollo 

2 Dean. Austin (10) Madisonville 

3 Sivori. Michael (11) St Xavier 

4. Komp, Larry ( ) Lou Trinity 

5 Reader. Michael (12) St Xavier 

6 Nally. Russell (11) Lafayette 



48 42 
50 10 
50 32 
50 77 

50 78 

51 15 



1 54 68 

1 57 04 

157 25 

158 49 
1:58 84 

2 01 58 



1600m Run 

1 Harmon. Chuck (12) Campbell Co 4 27 39 



2. Butler. Joseph (11) St Xavier 

3, Jones. Jay (12) P R P 

4 Saunders. Derrick (11) Ballard 

5 Nally. Russell (11) Lafayette 

6 Henson, Todd (11) Marshall Co 

3200m Run 

1. Williams. Elie (12) Iroquois 

2. Roberts, Dean (11) Daviess Co 

3. Dechman, Bill (11) Daviess Co. 
4 Dailey. Bob (12) Lafayette 

5, Stone, Phil (11) Lou Trinity 

6. Shuck. Jeff (12) Jeffersontown 

110m High Hurdles 

1, Lancaster. Chris (11) Shelby Co 
2 Marcum. Rick (12) Madison Cnt. 

3. Chanault. Chris (12) Henry Clay 

4. Davidson. Brian (11) Seneca 

5. Mason. Duwan (11) Iroquois 

6. Fortwingler. Jeff (11) Oldham Co 



4 28 27 
4 2829 
4 31 58 
432.82 
4 36 70 



943,33 
9:49 10 
9 52 33 
1001 86 
10 11 89 
10:2299 



14 51 

14 96 
1507 

15 17 
15 43 
1547 



1600m Relay 

1 Eastern 

2 Iroquois 

3 Lafayette 

4 Ballard 



3 21 26 
3 22 92 
3:23 79 
3:2398 

3.24 05 

3.25 30 



Shot Put 

1 Pfeiffer. Mike (11) Lou. Trinity 

2 Taylor. Robert (11) Shelby Co 

3 L:ngenfellter. Chris (12) Tales Ck 

4. Cherry. William (12) PR P 

5, Hensley, Mark (12) Boyd Co 
6 Young, Jim (11) Madisonville 

Discus 

1 Ware, Gordon (12) Owensboro 

2 Ingram, Todd (11) Henry Clay 

3 Cherry, William (12) PR P 

4, Hensley. Mark (12) Boyd Co 

5 Ramsey. Richard (12) Butler 

6 Gregory. Scott (111 Lou Trinity 



55'3" 
52'9" 
52r' 
51'3" 



1646" 
158'9" 
15r2" 
150 2" 
147'5" 
136'f 



High Jump 

1 Jackson. Bill (11) Eastern 

2 Ignacio. Albert (11) Madison Cn 

3 Tinsley. Anthony (12) Shelby Co 

4 Sidebottom, Kevin (10) St Xavier 

5 Porter. Desmond (9) Pleasure R P 

6 Hallmark. Andy (11) Henderson Co 



Pole Vault 

1 Castle. Danny (12) Madison Cnt. 

2 Turner. Derrick (12) Bryan St 

3 McGuffin. Eric (12) Oldham Co 

4 Jones, Dixon (11) St Xavie/ 

5 Sigler, Matt (10) Apollo 

6 Gossett, David (10) Lou. Trimly 



TOTAL POINTS 

Shelby County 58 

Lafayette 41 

Eastern 38 

Iroquois 37 

Bryan Station 34 

Madison Central 34 

St Xavier 29 

Moore 22 

Trinity (Louisville) 21 

Ballard 18 

Pleasure Ridge Park 18 

Campbell County 16 

Marshall County 15 

Daviess County • . . . 14 

Henry Clay 14 

Madisonville 13 

Apollo 12 

Owensboro 10 

Seneca 10 

Oldham County 7 

Boyd County 6 

Central 6 

Tales Creek 6 

Henderson County 5 

Boone County 4 

Male 3 

Butler 2 

Bishop David 1 

Homes 1 

Jeffersontown 1 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1984 



1984 GIRLS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

ELIZABETHTOWN COUNTRY CLUB 

MAY 15-16, 1984 




Individual Winner 
Lori Oldendick - Boone Co. - 159 

TEAM SCORES 

Sacred Heart 722 

Ballard High School 739 

Notre Dame 760 

Woodford Co 767 

Allen Co.-Scottsville 776 

Montgomery Co 790 

Corbin High School 812 

Glasgow High School 820 

Johnson Central 821 

Elizabethtown High School 823 

Oldham Co 828 

Mayfield High School 852 

Shelby Co 855 

Calloway Co 856 

Richmond Model High School 867 

Marion Co 918 



TEAM CHAMPION-SACRED HEART ACADEMY 

(L to R)i Ann Jones, Missy Gahm. Barbie Trompeter, Robyn Sutt. 

Individual Scores 

Medalist-Lori Oldendick, Boone Co 159 

Runner-Up-Fe Fe Meyers, Danville H.S 168 

3rd-Ann Hill, Oldham Co 170 

3rd-Susan Jackson, Glasgow 170 

4th-Laura Pulliam 171 

5th-Missy Gahm, Sacred Heart 173 

5th-Ann Jones, Sacred Heart 173 

5th-Debbie Fitch, Johnson Central 173 

5th-Joy Johnson, Lafayette H.S 173 

6th-Julie Esselman, Ballard H.S 174 



1984 BOYS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

FORT KNOX ANDERSON COURSE 

MAY 15-16, 1984 

TEAM CHAMPION 
COVINGTON CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 




Individual Winner 
Mike Quammen-Lafayette H.S.-152 

Individual Scores 

Barry Slayden, Marshall County 1 54 

Steve Flesch, Covington Catholic 154 

Ben Cooksey, Boyd County 155 

Tony Guest, Oldham County 156 

Ron Klondike, Ballard 157 

Brad Smith, Carroll County 157 

Martin Pennington, Corbin .- 158 

Gary Gouvas, Warren Central 158 

Steve Corey, Western 1 58 

Jerry Allen, Bethlehem 159 

Byron Bennett, Taylor County 1 59 

Steve Cleveland, Madisonville-N. Hopkins 159 

Deron Jennings, Ballard Memorial 159 

Rick Blank, Covington Catholic 159 

Jeff Guest, Oldham County 159 




Front Row (L to R) Steve Flescti, Rick Blank Bob Schullz Back Row Eric 
Wehrman, Coach Sieve Sorrell 

TEAM SCORES 

Covington Catholic 641 

Oldham County 649 

Lafayette 658 

Boyd County 663 

Marshall County 64 

Warren Central 664 

St. Xavier 670 

Corbin 671 

Mayfield 680 

Trinity 685 

Madisonville-North Hopkins 686 

Carroll County 688 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1984 



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1984 STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT 



DAVIESS CO. WINNER 

10/30 

J.H.S. 6:00 




Kfi 


11/1 
J.H.S. 6:00 


mI 


DANVILLE WINNER 








LAFAYETTE WINNER 
10/30 


J.H.S. 8:00 






EAST JEFFERSON 
WINNER 


FINALS 

JEFFERSONTOWN H.S. 

11/3 

7:00 


SCOTT CO. WINNER 






B.H.S. 6:00 


11/1 




COVINGTON CATH. 
WINNER 




J.H.S. 8:00 




CENTRAL JEFF. WINNER 

10/30 

B.H.S. 8:00 





WEST JEFF. WINNER 

J.H.S. 

Jetfersontown High School 

9600 Old Six Mile Lane-Jeffersonlown 



B.H.S. 

Ballard High School 

6000 Bronsboro Road-Louisville 




VOLLEYBALL 
INFORMATION 



The K.H.S.A.A. vi/ill sponsor regional and state volleyball 
tournaments in October and November, 1984. The 
regional tournaments will be held during the week of 
October 22nd and the State Tournament is scheduled for 
November 2nd and 3rd at the University of Kentucky, 
Lexington, Ky. 

The manager will be Assistant Commissioner Brigid L 
DeVries. 

The region sites and teams assigned to each are listed 
below: 

Region 1 (at Fairdale High School)-Beth Haven Butler, 
Doss, Evangel, Fairdale, Holy Rosary, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Valley, Western; 

Region II (at Iroquois High School)-Atherton, Central, 
Iroquois, Male, Manual, Mercy, Moore, Ninth & O., 
Portland Christian, Presentation, Southern; 

Region III (at Ballard High School) Assumption Ballard, 
Christian Academy, Eastern, Fern Creek, Fort Campbell, 
Jeffersontown, Ky.. Country Day, Oldham County, Sacred 
Heart, Seneca, Waggener; 

Region IV (at Dixie Heights, St. Henry, and Notre Dame)- 
Beechwood, Dixie Heights, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Ludlow, Nortre Dame, St. Henry, Scott, Simon 
Kenton, Villa Madonna; 

Region V (at Newport & Highlandsj-Beilevue, Boone 
County, Bishop Brossart, Campbell County, Carroll 
County, Conner, Dayton, Highlands, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Walton Verona; 

Region VI (at Morehead University)-Belfry, Buckhorn, 
Cumberland, Ft. Knox, Fairview, Montgomery County, 
Oneida Baptist, Paul Blazer, Rowan County, Scott Co., St. 
Camillus, Wheelwright, Woodford County. 




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7:00 P.M. 
October 2— Bell County High School (Pineville) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 3— Hazard High School (Hazard) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 4— Prestonsburg High School (Preslonsburg) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 8— Morehead State University (Morehead) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 9— Ashland Comrounity College (Ashland) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 10 — Mason County High School (Maysville) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 11— Holmes High School (Covington) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 15— Apollo High School (Owensboro) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 16— Paducah Tilghman High School (Paducah) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 17— Murray High School (Murray) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 18— Hopkinsville High School (Hopkinsville) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 22— Bowfling Green H.S. (Bowling Green) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 23— Elizabeth High School (Elizabethtown) 

7:00 P.M. 
October 24— Durrett Education Annex (Louisville) 

7:30 P.M. 
October 25— Henry Clay High School (Lexington) 

7:00 P.M. 



(continued from page three) 

Girls Class A: Buckhorn, Cordia, Hazard, Phelps, Lee Co., 

Oneida Bap. Inst., Paintsville, Riverside Christian, 

Raceland, Bath Co., Lewis Co., Dilce Combs, Menifee Co., 

Fleming-Neon. 

Boys Class AA: Breathitt Co., East Carter, Estill Co., 

Johnson Central, Rowan Co., Russell, West Carter, 

Whitesburg, Lawrence Co., Knott Co. Cent. 

Girls Class AA: East Carter, Rowan Co., Russell, 

Whitesburg, Lawrence Co., Johnson Central, Knott Co. 

Central 

Manager: Lenny Ferguson, Holmes High School, 

Covington, Ky. 41101 

Boys Class AAA: Boone Co., Boyd Co., Greenup Co., 

Holmes, Campbell Co., George Rogers Clark 

Girls Class AAA: Boone Co., Boyd Co., Nortre Dame, 

Campbell Co., Covington Holmes 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1984 



1984-85 NATIONAL FEDERATION SWIMMING & DIVING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book-Page 29-Rule 9-3-4-Last sentence change ■submitted'* 
to reviewed " Page 33-Rule-9-6-2g-Now reads. ■ for an insincere 
attempt," Page 42-Rule 3-2-3B-Ruling reads, "Ttie cttange is 
permitted in (al. but not in (b) Page49-Rule5-4-4A&B-Switctittie 
diagrams Page 50-Rule 5-4-4C-Delete 



SITUATION »10: Primary time-gun start/pad finish; secondary = 

manual start,'3 button with only middle button recorded 

Primary Secondary Oltlclal 

Lane 1 3 55 60 3 50 24 3,50 52 

Lane 2 3 38 17 3 37 97 3 38 17 

Lane 3 3:20 84 3.20 51 3 20 84 

Lane 4 3:29 50 3:29,31 3,29 50 

Lanes 3:38,60 3:36 11 3:38 60 

Lane 6 3:36,27 3:3605 3 36 27 



RULING: By observing the difference between primary and 
secondary, the malfunctions are determined. The differences all 
have fast secondary (6-3-3-) 



a permitted 



SITUATION »1: In a championship meet, ear 
only 2 entries in an individual event 
RULING: Legal (3-1-11 

COMMENT: The rule only states they cannot permit more than 4 
per individual event 

SITUATION »2: During a meet, a coach submits an entry card 
without first names of the swimmers to the referee immediately after 
the announcement of results of the preceding event The swimmers 
are disgualified 

RULING: Correct procedure (3-2-3) 

SITUATION «3: A swimmer who is entered in the 50-yard freestyle 
and 100-yard freestyle decides not to swim in the 50-yard freestyle 
in order to "save himself 'for the finals of the medley relay (or which 
he has already qualified for finals He is disqualified from the 50- 
yard and 100-yard freestyle races and the medley relay 
RULING: Incorrect procedure (3-2-4) 

COMMENT: The swimmer is not disqualified from an event in 
which he has already qualified In this situation, the medley relay 
SITUATION M: At a dual meet administered by 2 officials who 
cannot agree about a close finish, the judgment of the referee takes 

RULING: Correct procedure (4-1-4) 

COMMENT: If trained official timers were available, the time ballol 

could be used 

SITUATION «5: The referee fails to notify either the swimmer or 

coach following a stroke disqualification 

RULING: Legal, however the referee should have signaled the 

diaqualification (4-2-20 

SITUATION «6: The day after a dual meet was completed, one of 

the coaches discovers that a rival competitor swam in 3 individual 

events The coach is informed that no changes can be made to the 

RULING: Correct procedure (4-2-3) 

COMMENT: Once the referee signs the scoresheet. the score 

becomes official and shall not be changed 

SITUATION #7: If a dispute occurs between the referee and the 

chief timer over the correct reading of a watch, the chief timer's 

reading prevails 

RULING: Correct procedure (4-8-1) 

SITUATION #8: Primary gun. automatic start/pad finish. 

secondary, gun. automatic start/20 button finish 
Data Primary Secondary 

Lane 1 1:59 369 159 45 159 38 

Lane 2 1 58 287 1 58 55 1 58 39 

Lane 3 1 58 321 1 58 36 1 58 41 

Lane 4 156513 156 65 156 72 

Lanes 2 00 053 2:00 17 2 0012 

Lane 6 1 58 078 1 57 66 1 57 64 

Lane 7 1 59 263 1 59 37 1 68 46 

Lane 8 158 380 158 50 158 46 

RULING: Oltlclal times are: 

Lane 1 1 59 36 

Lane 2 158 28 

Lane 3 1 56 32 

Lane 4 156 51 

Lane 5 2 00 05 

Lane 6 1 57 53 

Lane 7 1 59 26 

Lane 8 1 58 38 

COMMENT: fvlalfunction on Lane 6. Such a malfunction should be 
confirmed by other data such as: visual observation by equipment 
operators, placement data by officals, etc. (6-3-3) 
SITUATION #9: Primary gun, automatic start/pad finish, 
secondary manual start/3 button finsih 

Data Primary Secondary 

Lane 1 52 21 52 07 52 12 53 14 

Lane 2 52 18 5191 52 01 52 06 

Lane 3 5105 50 97 5100 5101 

Lane 4 5104 50 78 50 88 50 93 

Lanes SI 86 5130 5135 5138 

Lane 6 5165 5156 5157 6159 

Lane 7 52 27 62 13 52 13 52 18 

Lane 8 51 87 51 68 • 61 75 51 89 





RULING 


Lane 1 


52,21 


Lane 2 


52.18 


Lanes 


51.05 


Lane 4 


51.04 


Lane 5 


51.46 


Lane 6 


61 66 


Lane 7 


52 27 


Lane 8 


51 87 



Lane! 5 36-a malfunction 

Lane 2 20 

Lane 3 34 

Lane 4 0)9 

Lanes 49 

Lane 6 22 
COMMENT: Lane 1 is obviously a malfunction However, the time 
in lanes 3 and 6 which are greater than the 3 second malfunctic 
criteria are due to the late start of the secondary Once this i 
corrected these are not potential malfunctions The late start i 
calculated by 
02 > 034 . 19 » 049 » 22 = 28 seconds 



(6-3-3) 



SITUATION «11: On the command, "Swimmers, take your mark," a 

swimmer assumes a starting position with both feet at the front 

edge of the block Then he/she moves one foot backward to the 

back of the block 

RULING: Legal, providing the other swimmers had not yet 

assumed a motionless position (8-1-1) 

SITUATION «12: During a meet, a swimmer (a) starts from the pool 

deck, (b) because of an injury, starts in the water 

RULING: (a) Legal (b) legal provided approval was received from 

the referee (8-1-1, 4-1-4) 

SITUATION #13: A backstroker fails to touch the end wall on a turn 

so the swimmer returns to the wall, using the legal backstroke, and 

RULING: Legal provided the swimmers hips did not pass the 

vertical on either tirn (8-2-1) 

SITUATION #14: During the individual medley, the swimmer uses a 

flip turn at the completion of the backstroke protion of the race 

RULING: Legal (8-2-5) 

COMMENT: The swimmer has not completed the race 

SITUATION «15: During the medley relay, each swimmer must 

touch the finish end/pad when completing her protion of the race 

RULING: Correct (8-3-1) 

SITUATION #16: During a relay, the second swimmer from Team A 

stands at the back of the string block As the first swimmer 

approaches, the second swimmer moves one foot to the front of the 

black and "vaults " into the water as the first swimmer touches the 



end \ 



did not 






RULING: Illegal, the second swi 
forward starling position (8-3-4) 

SITUATION #17: Immediately prior to the competition, the diving 
referee permits one water entry for each contestant A diver 
executes a 2', SS as his entry 

RULING: Correct procedure The rule does not specify the type of 
entry so it is the divers choice (9-2-1) 

SITUATION «18: In order to expedite the meet, the referee denies 
all divers a practice approach or entry into the water 
RULING: Legal (9-2-1) 

SITUATION: A diver fails to submit his diving scoresheet at the 
time designated for review by the referee, but summits it immediately 
after the announcement of results lor the 50 yard freestyle. The 
diver is allowed to compete, but his scoresheet will not be reviewed 
by the referee 
RULING: Correct procedure (9-3-3b, 9-3-4) 
SITUATION «20: On the diving scoresheet, a diver has listed, then 
performs dive #203, a back 1 ■/; SS in pike position, degree of 
difficulty-2 6 

RULING: Legal No penalty will be assessed for the wrong degree 
of difficulty being listed This is to be corrected by thedivig referee 
as qucikty as possible (9-3-4) 

SITUATION #21: In a championship meet, 2 divers tie (or the last 
qualifying position Both advance into the next round of 

RULING: Correct procedure (9-4-2) 

SITUATION #22: In a nonchampionship meet, a diver lists, then 

performs, dive B103, a forward 1 ' ,- SS in pike position 

RULING: Failed dive; first dive must be a required dive. (9-4-5) 

COMMENT: If the remaining 5 dives fill 4 of the 5 groups, there is no 

further penalty If only 3 groups are filed diver will receive another 

failed dive at the point he/she does not meet the requirements for 

dual meets 

SITUATION #23: A diver mistakenly lists and performs Ihe same 

dive twice The referee declares a failed dive on the second attempt 

RULING: Correct procedure (9-7-61 

SITUATION #24: A diver's feet leave the board prior to the diver 

performing a back 1 ' . sommersault The referee declares the dive 

deficient and instructs each judge to award no more than 4 on the 

dive 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. Each judge shall deduct 1 '^-2 

points (9-8-2b) 

SITUATION #25: A swimmer is disqualified from a race for one 

false start 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. (10-2-1a) 



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OPENING GENERAL SESSION 7:30-9:00 p.m. 

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Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLV-NO. 3 



OCTOBER, 1984 



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By Julian Tackett 




"When I look at my Gold Medals, I don't see just wtiat I 
did; I see all that went into the training and practice. I 
especially can envision and give thanks for the support 
and encouragement I received from my family, friends, 
teammates, and many others," Those vi^ords sum the 
feelings of Mary T. Meagher, winner of three Gold Medals 
at the 1984 Olympic Games at Los Angeles and the 
honorary chairperson of Kentucky High School Activities 
Week, October 14-21, 1984 

The K.H.S.A.A. as well as the Governor of Kentucky, has 
declared this special week to emphasizethe importance of 
activities to supplement classroom learning. The National 
Federation of State High School Associations has also 
designated that same week as National High School 
Activities Week, and has named professional golfer Jack 
Nicklaus as the honorary National Chairman. Miss 
Meagtier, a graduate of Sacred Heart Academy in 
Louisville, has combined her pursuit of academic 
excellence with the rigorous training and disciplined 
schedule demanded of an Olympic athlete, and is a fine 
example of the successful combination and inter- 
relationship between academics and activities. 

The Louisville, KY native began swimming at an early 
age, and was a world class swimmer during her high 
school days at Sacred Heart. She set several school and 
state records including a 55:77 mark in the 100 yd. 
butterfly, a mark which still stands. Her routine in high 
school included 4-5 hours swimming per day, 
participating in field hockey and other activities, and 
maintaining her grades and scholarship well enough to 
leave Sacred Heart with a B+ average in a college prep 
curriculum. "I enjoyed swimming in high school becauseit 
gave me a chance to swim against girls my age, and I 
developed many lifelong friendships." 




At the beginning of her senior year, it was time to begin 
honing her skills agamst stiffer competition, so she 
opted for early graduation and enrolled at the University of 
California-Berkeley. Her freshman year, 1982-83, saw her 
continue to swim 4-5 hours per day while studying well 
enough to maintain a B average. 

She sat out the 1983-84 school year to train with the 
U.S. A Olympic Team. The rigorous training schedule paid 
tremendous dividends as she captured individual Gold 
Medals in the 100 and 200 meter butterfly events at the Los 
Angeles games. She was also a member of the Gold Medal 
winning womens 4x100 medley relay team, swimming her 
butterfly leg at below world record pace, a leg that pushed 
the Americans into the lead and propelled them to victory. 
"It was my second race of the day, and I was very relaxed," 
she commented. "Also, we were allowed to get into the 
water before the start, and that, combined with the crowd, 
really pumped us up." 

Miss Meagher has resumed her studies at California- 
Berkeley, aiming for a degree m either Education or Mass 
Communications, as well as continuing to swim. "We are 
already swimming 4-5 hours per day, and I am trying to 
improve my grades, so its busy already," 

ACTIVITIES-THE OTHER HALF OF EDUCATION 




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Swimming Committee 
Meeting IVIinutes 



The Swimming Committee met on Wednesday, 
September 19, 1984, at the K.H.S.A.A. office in Lexington. 
Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called the 
meeting to order at 1 ;30 p.m. Committee members present 
included Tim Cahill, David Webb, Terry Hile, Joel 
Cyganiwicz, Tom Ross, Jack Thompson and Karen 
Vanover. Absent were Mike Daniel and Jim Wilds 

The first item on the agenda was the selection of 
regional sites. The managers and sites are as follows: 
Central Kentucky Region-Tim Cahill, Model High School, 
Richmond; Jefferson County Region-Jack Thompson, 
Lakeside Pool or Crescent Hill, Louisville; Western 
Kentucky Region-Joel Cyganiwicz, Elizabethtown; 
Northern Kentucky Region-Dave Webb, Scott High 
School, Covington. 

Hopkinsville High School submitted a bid for the 1985- 
86 school year for the Western Kentucky Region, and will 
be considered host school followed by Bowling Green for 
1986-87 and Elizabethtown tor 1987-88. 

The committee revised the regional and state 
information sheets and made some minor changes. 

The next item for discussion was the 1984-85 State Swim 
Meet site. Bids were received from Eastern Kentucky 
University and the Louisville Swim Foundation's Crescent 
Hill Swim Facility. After a lengthy discussion the 
committee recommended that the State Meet be held at 
E.K.U. for the 1984-85 school year, and that the Crescent 
Hill Facility be considered for 1985-86. 

The Committee then discussed the new rule changes in 
the 1984-85 National Federation Swimming & Diving Rule 
Book. It was suggested that the procedure for participants 
entering in relays be looked into and clarified on the 
Regional Information Sheets. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1984 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building, 
Lexington, Kentucky on Saturday morning, October 6, 
1984. The meeting was called to order by President Eldon 
Davidson at 9:00 a.m. with all Board members. 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. 
Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and 
Louis Stout and Sports Information Director Julian 
Tackett present. Conley Manning was present 
representing the State Department of Education. The 
invocation was given by Conley Manning. 

Chester Turner moved, seconded by Pat Crawford, that 
the minutes of the July 26. 1984, meeting of the Board be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Ray Story moved, seconded by Chester Turner, that all 
bills of the Association for the period beginning July 1, 
1984, and ending September 30, 1984, be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills recommended that Julian Tackett 
be employed as Sports Information Director, retroactive to 
August 27, 1984. Pat Crawford made a motion, seconded 
by Grant Talbott, that the Commissioner's 
recommendation be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. A copy of Mr. Tackett's contract is on file at 
the K.H.S.A.A. office Commissioner Mills introduced Mr. 
Tackett to the Board who spoke briefly regarding his 
position and requested the cooperation of all schools as it 
relates to communications. 

David Webb intoduced the following guests: Principal 
Joe Watkins, Warren East High School; Supt. Charles 
Campbell, Simpson County Schools; Ath. Dir. Frank 
Cardwell, Franklin-Simpson High School. 

Commissioner Milles informed the members of the 
Board that a proposal is presently before the State Board 
of Education to change By-Law-29, Requirements for 
Coaches, to permit anyone holding a teaching certificate 
to be employed as a teacher in that system. Following a 
lengthy discussion, David Webb presented the following 
resolution. Be it resolved that the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Board of Control fully supports the 
present regulation and requests that the State Board of 
Education reject the proposed change to By-Law 29, 
Requirement for Coaches. The motion was seconded by 
Bob Rogers and it passed unanimously. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by David Webb, that the 
Board authorize the purchase of a VTR system for the use 
of the Association. The motion passed unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the need for Board room 
furniture, Chester Turner made a motion that the Board 
purchase a new seating arrangment including a free- 
standing podium for the Board room. Grant Talbott 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

Comissioner Milles presented requests from several 
baseball coaches to extend the baseball season by two 
weeks. Following a discussion on this request. Bob Rogers 
moved, seconded by RayStory thatthe request be referred 
to the All-Sports Committee for further study and 
recommendation. The motion passed unanimously. 

Following a discussion on possible change in the 1984- 
85 K.H.S.A.A. Calendar of Events, Ray Story moved, 
seconded by Tony dinger that the 1984-85 calendar for 
State Tournaments as adopted by the Board of Control 
and approved by the State Board of Education not be 
changed. The motion carried unanimously. 

Continued on Page 3 



FROM THE COMMISIONER'S OFFICE 



Each staff member of the KHSAA is assigned certain 
general responsibilities and it will expedite matters if you 
will ask for the proper person when your calls pertain to 
any of the following areas; 

1. Tom Mills, Commissioner 

2. Billy V. Wise, Executive Assistant Commissioner 

3. Brigid DeVries, Assistant Commissioner 

4. Louis Stout, Assistant, Commissioner 

5. Julian Tackett, Sports Information Director 

6. Anne Wesley Mays, Office Manager 

7. Patti Pruitt, Secretary 

8. Mary Southworth, Secretary 

9. John Ginn, Custodian 

10. Board of Control -~ 
Area of Responsibility Staff Members 
Board of Control 1 
Bookkeeping/Finances 6 
By-Law Interpretations 1 
Contracts 1 
Deliveries 6, 9 
Eligibility Rulings 1 
Entry/Eligibility Lists 8 
Films/Tapes/Records 5 
Forms and Supplies 6. 7, 8 
Insurance 6 
Medical 6 
Membership/Participation Lists 6, 7, 8 
Officials 

Assigning Secretaries 2, 7 

Associations 2, 5, 7 

Licensing 7 

Ratings 7 

Special Clinics, Classes 2, 3, 4 

Test Sites 7 

Tournament Assignments 1,2,3,4 

Press Credentials 5 

Protests, Transfers, Appeals 1 

Publications 

'Athlete' Magazine 5, 6 

Calendars 2 

Constitution & By-Laws 1 

Directory 6, 7, 8 

Rule Books, Officials Handbooks 7 

Others 6, 7, 8 

Rules, Clinics & Questions 

BK, FB 2 

SW, TN.TR.VB 3 

BA, CC, SF, SO, WR 4 

Statistics 5 

Television, Radio 1, 2, 5 

Tournaments (State & Regional) 

Administration and Information 

BK, FB 1,2,3,4,5 

GL 2 

SW, TN, TR, VB 3 

BA, CC, SF, SO, WR 4 

Awards and Trophies 3 

Expenses 6 

Game Programs and Advertising 3, 5 

Participant Expenses 2, 4 

Receipts 7 

Site Selection 1, 10 

The K.H.S.A.A. office is located at560 E. Cooper Drive in 

Lexington. The mailing address is P.O. Box 22280, 40522. 

The telephone number is (606) 252-4436. 



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Continued from Page 2 

Commissioner Mills informed the Board that the State 
Board of Education had requested a jointevening meeting 
to be held in Murray on November 27 or Frankfort on 
January 3. Chester Turner moved that the Board meet with 
the State Board of Education on January 3, in Frankfort for 
an evening meeting. The motion was seconded by Frank 
Welch and carried unanimously. 

Follow/ing Louis Stout's recommendations regarding 
the State Baseball & Softball Tournaments for 1984-85, 
Ray Story moved that the State Baseball Tournament be 
held at Elizabethtown High School on May 31. Frank 
Welch seconded the motion. The motion carried 
unanimously. Bob Rogers asked that the Board consider 
the Henderson County Sports Complex as a future site for 
the State Baseball Tournament. Mr. Rogers then moved 
that the 1985 State Softball Tournament be held in 
Louisville or Northern Kentucky providing adequate 
facilities are available. Chester Turner seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously 

Commissioner DeVries announced that the 1984-85 
State Swim Meet would be held at Eastern Kentucky 
University. She also announced that the Crescent Hill 
Facility in Louisville is being considered for 1985-86. 

Commissioner Mills mtroduced special guest Alice 
McDonald, Superintendent of Public Instruction, who 
spoke at length on the effect the recent decisions of the 
State Board of Education will have upon the extra 
curricular activities of our member schools. She explained 
that this is not a new regulation, but it is simply a further 
clarification of a regulation that unfortunately a few school 
districts have chosen to ignore. Following Superintendent 
McDonald's presentation, she answered several questions 
from members of the Board and others in attendance. Mr. 
Mills then thanked her for appearing before the Board and 
assured her that the Board of Control fully supports the 
concept of the six-hour school day and will cooperate with 
the State Board of Education in their efforts to enforce the 
regulation. 

Commissioner Mills informed the members of the Board 
of Control that the State Board of Education had 
concurred with the recommendation of the K.M.A. and the 
K.H.S.A.A. requiring that (a) head coaches be trained in 
first aid and CPR and attend the K.M.A. sanctioned Sports 
Medicine Symposium; and (b) all registered officials be 
trained in CPR. He explained that the 1985 Symposium is 
scheduled on April 29-30. Following a lengthy discussion, 
Ray Story moved that the Board support the required 
attendance of coaches providing it is not scheduled on a 
regular school day. Bob Rogers seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Wise recommended that registered 
officials in basketball and football be given a $5.00 
increase in game fees effective with the 1985-86 school 
year. Pat Crawford moved to accept the recommendation 
of Mr. Wise and Grant Talbott seconded the motion. The 
motion failed. The recommendation was referred to the 
All-Sports Committee for further study and 
recommendation. 

Commissioner Mills recommended that the Board 
contribute $9,000 to be paid over a period of three years to 
support the National High School Hall of Fame sponsored 
by the National Federation of State High School 
Associations. Frank Welch moved, seconded by Tony 
dinger to support the Commissioner's recommendation. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

A lengthy discussion was held regarding the type of 
basketball to be used at the State Basketball Tournament. 
Bob Rogers moved that regardless of the type of ball 
adopted, it be used prior to the State Tournament so that 



the ball would not be slick. Grant Talbott seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. 

David Webb then moved, seconded by Pat Crawford that 
the RSS Spalding Wide Seam Ball be the 1985 State 
Basketball Tournament ball. The motion failed due to a 5-5 
tie. 

Commissioner Mills distributed copies of the 1983-84 
Audit Report as prepared by Miller, Mayer, Sullivan & 
Stevens. 

The next scheduled meeting of the Board will beheld on 
December 22 at 9:00 a.m. at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building. 
Lexington. If there are any appeals, they will be heard on 
December 21 at the same location. 

There being no further business, Chester Turner moved, 
seconded by Grant Talbott that the meeting adjourn. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Appeals Hearings 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building. 
Lexington, Kentucky on Friday afternoon, October 5, 
1984, for the purpose of hearing appeals. 

The meeting was called to order by President Eldon 
Davidson at 4:00 p.m. Present were Board members Bob 
Rogers, Pat Crawford, Tony dinger, Ray Story, Grant 
Talbott, Chester Turner, David Webb, Frank Welch and 
Charlie Wilson. Conley Manning was present representing 
the State Department of Education. Also present were 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. 
Wise, and Sports Information Director Julian Tackett. The 
invocation was given by Conley Manning. 

Commissioner Mills introduced Mr. Donald Langhi, a 
resident of Hopkinsville, who had requested a hearing 
before the Board of Control on behalf of his daughter. 
Sherry, a student at Hopkinsville High School, who had 
been ruled ineligible by theCommissioner under By-law6, 
Transfer Rule. Sherry had participated in afirstteam game 
in Basketball at University Heights Academy. 

Following Mr. Langhi's presentation and questions by 
the Board members, Pat Crawford made a motion, 
seconded by Charlie Wilson, that the ruling of the 
Commissioner be upheld in this case. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then called on Dr. Sam Traughber 
who has requested to appear before the Board on behalf of 
his son, James Bradley, a student at Hopkinsville High 
School. James Traughber was ruled ineligible to 
participate in interscholastic athletics due to the fact that 
he had participated in first team games at University 
Heights Academy. 

Following Dr. Traughber's appeal and a discussion 
thereof, Charlie Wilson moved, seconded by David Webb, 
that the Board abide by the Commissioner's ruling in this 
case and that James Traughber remain ineligible to 
participate in interscholastic athletics for thirty-six school 
weeks. The motion carried unanimously. 

Then came Mr. Jeemes L. Akers, Director, The June 
Buchanan School, who requested a hearing before the 
Board of Control on behalf of two of his students, Jeffrey 
C. Davis and Daryl Slone, who had been ruled ineligible by 
the Commissioner with regard to By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. 
Following a lengthy presentation by Mr. Akers and 
discussion and questions by the Board, David Webb made 
a motion that the ruling of the Commissioner be upheld in 
this case. Bob Rogers seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



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This month's K.A.T.S. Corner was written by Steve 
Parker, football coach at Bryan Station High School in 
Lexington, and Al Green, Athletic Trainer at the University 
of Kentucky. They discuss the coach's role and 
responsibility in the prevention and treatment of athletic 
injuries. 

COACH'S ROLE IN THE PROPER CARE 

OF THE ATHLETE 

BY STEVE R. PARKER, MSSA 

The proper care of an athlete is the most important 
aspect of winning games at any level of competition. The 
school administration has a major role in giving the coach 
flexibility in purchasing protective equipment. Without 
proper cooperation from the school administration, the 
care of the athlete would be a great problem for the coach 
involved. At Bryan Station High School we have the 
cooperation of the administration in football and in the 
other varsity sports. 

COACHES CHECKLIST 

I. All forms for football should be taken care of before the 
player is allowed to participate. All of these forms are 
required by Fayette County Board of Education. 

A. Physical Form 

B. Insurance 

C. Parent Permission 

D. Travel Form 

E. Hazard Statement (Football can cause serious injury) 

F. KHSAA Eligibility Form 

II. Ail coaches should be taught proper techniques in 
administrating drills and utilizing material learned in 
clinics. 

A. Proper Blocking and tackling techniques 

B. NO butt blocking or tackling 

C. NO spearing 

D. Drills that can cause possible serious injury should be 

eliminated. 

E. Contact drills should be held at the beginning of 

practice. 

F. All coaches should be CPR certified and attend at 

least one clinic. 

III. Proper fitting of equipment and care 

A. Make sure all equipment fits properly for all players. 
Have only one coach assigned to fitting equipment. 

B. Make sure all helmets are N.O.C.S.A.E certified for 
the current season. 

C.DO NOT allow players to wear own equipment unless 
it is of the same quality that you have purchased. 

D. Check period, call to see if players are wearing all 
equipment. 

E. Make sure coaches check helmets periodically to see 
if there are cracks and the suspension is functioning 
properly. 

F. Buy jerseys and pants that allow for proper 
ventilation. 

IV. Make sure practice and game fields are in good 
condition. 

A. Remove all obstacles 

B. Remove rocks and glass 



C. Water field periodically 

D. Pad all goal post 

V. Preventing injuries and sickness 

A. Have a proper flexibility program 

B. Have a well organized strength and conditioning 
program. 

C. Have a qualified person in-charge of flexibility, 
strength training and conditioning. 

D. Match players by size and strength in individual 
contact drills. 

E. Monitor weight gain and loss during and after season. 

F. Try to make sure that players get proper rest and 
nutrition. 

G. Always have plenty of water available for game- and 
practice. 

H. ALWAYS have plenty of ice. 

VI. Player orientation 

A. Report ALL injuries 

B. Clean all cuts ~~~ 

C. Wash all clothing regularly 

D. Shower after every practice 

E. Wear all pads and protective equipment (player 
should be periodically checked on the field by their 
position coach to see if they are wearing all pads and 
protective equipment). 

VII. Discuss injuries and sickness with your coaches in 
staff meetings. 

A. There should be an injury and sickness report daily. 
(Keep these reports for end of the year evaluations). 

B. Always have a coach in charge of injuries and 
sickness. 

C. Discuss heat problems and adjust practice 
accordingly. 

D. Have all injuries recorded on an accident report by 
coach in charge of injuries and signed by the head 
coach. (These reports should be turned in to the 
principal). 

VIII. Things to do if injury occurs in practice. 

A. Injury should be evaluated by coach in charge. 

B. If injury is not serious, then student trainer is given 
instructions for proper care of athlete. 

C. Both serious and minor injuries should be reported to 
parents by coach in charge. Parents are given proper 
treatment instructions. 

D. Have a set procedure for serious injury in practice. 

1. Ambulance should be called immediately 
(do not move player) 

2. Parents are notified immediately by coach in 
charge. 

3. A coach should be assigned to go to the hospital 
with the athlete. 

4. Personal doctor should be notified by coach in 
charge if parents are not available. 

5. Parent medical care permission slip should be 
taken to the hospital if parent cannot be notified. 

6. Coach in charge of ambulance runs, stay with 
player until he feels that the situation is under 
control. 

IX. Things to do if injury occurs in the game. 

A. Injury should be evaluated by team physician at home 
or away. 

B. If injury is not serious, then student trainer is given 
instructions for proper care of athlete. 

C. If injury is evaluated to be serious then player is not 
moved and ambulance takes player immediately to 
nearest hospital. (Ambulance and Paramedics should 
be available at all games.) 

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D. Players parents should be notified by coach in 
charge. 

E. Coach in charge of ambulance run should go to the 
hospital with player if parents are not available. 

F. Parent permission for medical care should be taken to 
the hospital at home or or away. 

G. If a player is injured at an away game, then the coach 
in charge of ambulance run should remain with player 
until parent or guardian arrive. 

X. Things to do if player is under a physician's care. 

A. Player should not be able to return to practice or game 
until there is written permission from the physician. 

B. Coach in charge of injury should work directly with 
physician for proper care and rehabilitation of the 
injured area. 

XI. These supplies and equipment are necessities for the 
proper care of the athlete. 

A. Tape 

B. Conform 

C. Pro Wrap 

D. Nitrotan 

E. Sinder Suds 

F. Band-aids and Gauze Pads 

G. Instant Cold Packs 
H. Tuff Skin 

I. Tongue Depressors (Finger Splints) 

J. Crutches 

K. Ice Machines 

L. Ice Bags = 

M. Whirl Pool 

N. Splints 

O. Gauge for the dry and wet temperatures 

XII. Student trainers are a must. 

A. They should be CPR certified 

B. They must attend at least one taping and injury clinic 
every year. 

C. They should have basic first-aid knowledge, 

D. They must demonstrate the ability to tape, bandage, 
and treat minor injuries. 

In conclusion, proper care ofthe athlete is a MUST if you 
are going to continue to have the winning edge. It is 
important that the head coach understand that an healthy 
athlete will bring great benefits for the total program. 
KEEPING RECORDS OF ATHLETIC INJURIES 
BY AL GREEN, A.T.C. 
In Coach Parker's article "Coaches Role in the Proper 
Care of the Athlete", he wrote about the importance of 
injury record keeping. Record keeping is considered by 
many as a bothersome, unimportant task. In most cases 
you never really see the value of good record keeping until 
you need specific information about an athlete's injury and 
finds that you have no information at all. 

Keeping good injury records will help you inanumberof 
ways. The first is that it will help you find injury trends. For 
example, did all the strained hamstrings come during one 
specific acitivity? Knowing this will allow you to make 
modifications and prevent additional injuries. If you are 
responsible for filling out insurance forms on injured 
athletes, by having good records you will have all the 
information about the injury at your finger tips versus 
relying on your memory or having to track down the 
athlete. With the large number of law suits dealing with 
athletic injuries being filed, good injury records will help 
should the need arise. 

One of the most often asked questions is: What 
information should I keep and how detailed should it be? A 
basic injury should contain the following information: 
Athlete's name. Date of injury, Mechanism of injury. Type 
of injury. Body part (right or left). Treatment giveri (include 




if sent to the athlete's physician), and Date of return. This 
will give you all the basic information that vou need 
without taking up much time on the part of the person 
assigned to keep the records. Using the above format, a 
typical example would be: 

NAME: John Doe 

DATE INJURED: 10/4/84 

MECHANISM: Running Sprints 

TYPE OF INJURY: 2' Strain 

BODY PART: Right Hamstring 

TREATMENT: Ice, and sent to family doctor (Dr. Jones) 
DATE OF RETURN: 10/20/84 

You can design a form that would have a column for 
each section. The form could be lined to enable you to 
maintain the records of several athletes on the same form. 
With each situation being different, if you are responsible 
for filling out insurance forms then you could add any 
specific information to your form and have it easily 
available when its time to file the claim. 

If a student trainer or manager is assigned to record 
keeping, you should check with them daily to make sure 
the records are properly filled out. What injuries should be 
recorded? A good rule of thumb is that any injury where 
the athlete misses practice or playing time and/or was 
seen by a physician. 

Maintaining injuries records should not be looked upon 
as an unpleasant task but as an important aid to you and 
your program. 



"KENTUCKY 

ATHLETIC 

DIRECTIONS' 



KHSADA MILWAUKEE BOUND 

It's that time of year again! The National Conference of 
High School Directors of Athletics will be held in 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin on December 9-1 2, 1984. Naturally, 
the KHSADA will once again have a strong representation 
from our members throughout the Commonwealth. We 
invite all our A.D.'s to join us for a "special" time in 
Milwaukee. 

Arrangements for bus transportation leaving from 
Louisville on Friday morning, December 7th at 9:00 A.M. 
and returning on the evening of Wednesday, December 
12th at a total cost of $60.00 have been made. This cost 
includes all food and drink during the round trip. 

Be an active member of the most "On the Move" 
Association in the country. Make your plans now to join 
with us for the National Conference. You won't regret this 
decision! 

For all information regarding the Conference and the 
Kentucky Delegation contact: 
Jim Watkins 
Southern High School 
8620 Preston Highway 
Louisville, Kentucky 40219 
(502-454-8439) 
CHEERLEADERS ARE REAL WINNERS! 
According to a 1983 survey of 16,000 cheerleaders 
nationwide which was published recently in the National 
Federation's Interscholastic Administration magazine, the 
following facts should be noted: 

A) 90% were either "A" or "B" students 

B) 96% planned to attend college 

C) 28% were member of the student council 

D) 85% were involved in other school activities other 
than cheerleading. 

Jim Reuther 
KHSADA President 



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1984-85 Certified 

and Approved 
Football Officials 



A large number of K.H.S.A. registered officials have 
qualified for the advance ratings of Certified and Approved 
as a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. 
Only officials receiving these higher ratings are eligible to 
work in the district and regional tournaments. Only 
Certified officials are eligible to work in the state 
tournament. 

Western Kentucky 

APPROVED 

Amos, Chris 

Clemson, Chris 

Curlin, Charles 

DeRosa, Joe 

Gwaltney, Wayne 

Hollingsworth, Ralph 

Leonard. Jamie 

Shewmaker. Wayne 

Wood, Gwin 

Wood, Steve 

Mid-Kentucky 

APPROVED 

Carroll, Steve 

Cobb, Clarence 

Dawson, Jon 

Durbin. Chris 

Hayes, David 

Herron, Dennis 

Inman. Keith 

Johnson. Paul 

Lewis, Stephen 

Rinehart, Brad 

Sutherland, Fred 

Kentuckiana 

APPROVED 

Brotzge, Robert A, 

Dierson, Donald M, 

Dkyman, Don 

Javernik, Karl 

King, Danny 

Meehan, Patrick 

Miller, Terry 

Moody, David 

Saling, Mitch 

Sammons, Jeff 

Sammons, Todd 

Shumate, Chuck 

Trimer. Pete 

Northern Kentucky 

APPROVED 

Ferguson, Dennis 

McGaha. Gary 

Newhouse, Douglas 

Sahnger, James 

Willman, Glen 
Central Kentucky (only those taking 

APPROVED 

Benassi, James 
McClure, Jerry 
Smith, John 
Wallace, Andre 
13th Region 
APPROVED 
Ashurst, Mike 
Shaw, Ken 
Stuber, Charles 
Washington, Daryl 



CERTIFIED 

Coltharp. Paul 
Cothern, Rick 
Fields, Ron 
Meloan, Ross 
Naberezny. Paul 
Zirkle, Ron 



CERTIFIED 

Adams. James 
Austin, Dwight 
Barnhill, E Carl 
Bryan, Frank 
Henry, William Barry 
Smith, James B, 
Stout, Bill 
Wade, Charles 
Williams. James A. 
Williams, Terry 



CERTIFIED 

Davidson, Bob 
Holzknecht. Thomas 
Huhn. Ted 
Lenz, James W, 
McCorkle, Bruce 
Skaggs, Ronnie 



CERTIFIED 

Donoghue. Terry 
Wilson, Larry 



test at KHSAA Office 
reported 

CERTIFIED 

Aldridge, Micahel 
Angelucci, Armand, Jr 
Graham, John 
Straus, Bill 

CERTIFIED 

Kersey, Andy 
Onkst, Glen 
Pace, Kevin 
Saylor, Gary 



14th Region 

No Changes 
15th Region 
APPROVED 

Isaac. Gary W. 
McKinney, Allen 
16th Region 
APPROVED 

Biggs, Randall 
Crisp, Gary 
Davis, Tom 
Felty. Michael 
Grayson, Donald 
Haberek, Mark 
Johnson, Erick 
Leigh, Robert 
Sykes, James 



CERTIFIED 

Droz, Lee Allen 
Fliehman, John 

CERTIFIED 

Evans, Ronnie 
Lynch, Dave 
McNeil. Larry Davie 



'Big Eight Association not reporting 
Central Kentucl<y not reporting 



o 



APPROVED 

Agisilaou, Harris 
Berger. Philip 
Bruser, Donald 
Butler, Frank 
Crabtree, Larry 
Dillehay, Ronald 
Garcia, Jose 
Hamilton, Tom 
Hochstetler, Terry 
Hoskins, Charles 
Howard, Gene 
Johannes, Andre 
Kemmerly, Phillip 
Kennedy, Dave 
Klee, William 

CERTIFIED 

Mowery. Tom 
Rustay, Kim 



1984-85 

Approved 

Soccer Officials 



Lambert, Tim 
Lee, Michael 
Leermakers, Stephen 
Leport, Fred 
McClure, Jerry 
McNamee, Sam 
Molique, George 
Myers. Don 
Page, Melvin 
Repsher, Harry 
Tecklenburg, Don 
Vieth, Kenneth 
Williams, Mike 
Wolf, Mike 
Zeis, Robert 



9 



1984-85 

Approved 

Volleyball Officials 



APPROVED 

Bancroft, John 
Bancroft, Mary Ann 
CampbnII, Kathi 
Wheeler, Lou 



SPECIAL NOTICES 

K.H.S.A.A. Directory 



The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has 
printed a directory for 1984-85, Included in the directory is 
a calendar of events, a section on general information 
about the K.H.S.A.A. and a listing of member schools and 
their personnel. 

The Directory is available to coaches, officialsand other 
interested persons at a fee of $2.00 plus postage of /OC; for 
one Directory. Please send check or money order to 
Directory, K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, 
Kentucky 40522. 



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1984-85 NATIONAL FEDERATION VOLLEYBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



SITUATION #32: The visiting captain wins the coin toss and chooses to 

receive the ball- The home team choosestheir playing area. The match will 

begin with the home team serving the ball 

RULING: Correct procedure- (1-4-1) 

SITUATION #33: With the score tied 14-14, Team A refuses to play when 

directed to do so by the referee. Team A forfeits the game and a score of 1 6- 

14 In favor of Team B Is recorded. 

RULING: Correct procedure (1-5-2) 

SITUATION #34: On Team A's second contact, the ball hits the net cable 

Play contmues- 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. Point or side-out is awarded. (2-2-1 b) 

SITUATION #35: Team As second volley hits an obstruction directly over 

the net and deflects straight down to Team Bs side of the net. 

RULING: Illegal, point or side-out awarded to Team B (2-3-1) 

SITUATION #36: A player on Team A: (a) hurdles the team bench which is 

6 feet from the sideline and saves the ball; (b) steps up on the bleachers 

which are 8 feet away form the end line and saves a ball; (c) goes behind 

chairs which are 10 feet beyond the sideline In clear floor area and saves 

the ball. 

RULING: (a), (b) and (c) are illegal (2-3-3) 

SITUATION #37: Team B arrives at the site of the match only to find that 

the court on which the match is to be played has been marked in meters 

rather than feet. 

RULING: Where facilities or net equipment do not meet rule specifications, 

matches may be conducted by prior mutual consent of competing schools 

(Note following 3-1-7) 

SITUATION #38: The officials table is located approximately 4 feet from 

the sideline 

RULING: The rules specifies that the official's table shall be at least 6 teet 

from the sideline. If the table is movable, the host school should move the 

table. However, if it isn't movable, the match my be conducted by mutual 

consent of both teams. The officials should presentany local ground rules 

to the designated players and coaches at the premalch meeting (3-4-1) 

SITUATION #39: Players enter a volleyball match; (a) wearing an elbow 

pad on the forearm; (b) a full plaster cast on the arm; (c)asoftnonabrasive 

cast on the ankle; (d) an elastic wrap on the upper arm. 

RULING: (a), (c) and (d) are legal; (b) is illegal (4-1-1 ;4-1-2) 

COMMENT: In (b) player must be replaced and unnecessary delay penalty 

Is assessed. 

SITUATION #40: Team A has black uniforms, and one of Its players is 

wearing black culottes 

RULING: Legal. (4-2-1) 

SITUATION #41: A player on Team A enters the game without shoes. 

RULING: Illegal; point or side-out is awarded Team B- (4-2-1) 

COMMENT: Player must be replaced and cannot enter the game until 

he/she is wearing proper shoes. 

SITUATION #42: At the end of the match, the referee verifies the score and 

signs the scorebook, making the match official 

RULING: Correct procedure. (5-3-4a) 

SITUATION #43: During a time-out, thefloor captain on Team A leaves the 

game. The official asks tor the coach to designate a new floor captain The 

coach does not designate a new floor captain. As play continues, a player 

on Team A: (a) requests a time-out; (b) asks for an interpretation of a rule. 

RULING: No penalty is assessed for failing to designate a floor captain. 

When an unauthorized player asks for a time-out or rule interpretation, the 

request Is denied and player is reminded that only the floor captain can 

request a time-out or a rule Interpretation. (6-2-1) 

SITUATION #44: After the ball Is contacted for the serve, CF and GB are 

overlapping. 

RULING: Legal. (6-3-2) 

SITUATION #45: Prior to the beginning of the game. Team As coach 

notices she has mistakenly switched #16 and #12 on the lineup card. She 

requests that the 2 players be switched. 

RULING: The change is made on the lineup card and In the scorebook. 

Point or sideout Is awarded. (7-2-PEN #1) 

SITUATION #46: Team A submits a roster containing 13 names. However, 

In counting the players prior to the match, the official only counts 12 



players. 

RULING: Legal (7-2-1) 

SITUATION #47: Team A wins the toss and serves the first 1 1 points After 

the side-out. Team B rotates and serves. 

RULING: Illegal (8-2-1) 

SITUATION #48: As the server contacts the ball for the serve, she is 

standing to the right of the sideline extended. 

RULING: Illegal serve, foot fault. (8-2-5) 

SITUATION #49: A player on Team B swings and misses a serve but does 

not exceed the 5-second limit. 

RULING: Side-out (8-2-6) 

SITUATION #50: Team A's second contact with the ball causes it to 

become lodged on an overhead obstruction above Team As court. 

RULING: Replay (9-4-3h) 

SITUATION #51: Number 15 on the serving team attempts to play a ball 

with an underarm technique She misplays the ball and allows It to roll up 

her arms 

RULING: Side-out. illegal hit (9-5-1) 

SITUATION #52: CF jumps and spikes a ball Into the opponent's court She 

lands with part of one foot over the center line. 

RULING: Legal (9-7-3) 

SITUATION #53: Before the serve by Team A has partially crossed the net. 

the CF on Team B: (a) spikes; (b) dinks; (c) blocks the ball. 

RULING: (a) and (b) are illegal, point Is awarded Team A; (c) is legal, play 

continues (9-7-1. 9-7-2d) 

SITUATION #54: A back row player jumps from In front of the spiking line 

and contacts a ball which is partially above the net, sending it across the 

net. 

RULING: Legal, the ball was not completely above the top of the net. (9-3- 

3b) 

SITUATION #55: Team As coach requests a substitution. After the official 

recognizes the request, the coach decides not to make the substitution 

RULING: Illegal; unnecessary dealy. (9-11-1e) 

COMMENT: Substitute does not have to enter the game. 

SITUATION #56: Coach of Team A has already asked to have Team Bs 

serving order checked 3 times during the game. When the score becomes 

tied 13-13 and Team A has no more time-outs remaining. Team As coach 

asks for a serving order check on Team B. 

RULING: If Team B is found to be out of servirfg order, correct the order 

and penalize Team B. If Team B is in correct serving order, point/slde-out 

is awarded for unnecessary delay by Team A. (9-11 -If) 

SITUATION #57: During a time-out, player number 7 from Team A reports 

to the umpire that he/she will substitute for player number 12. Umpire 

allows substitution to occur. Upon reporting the change to the offical 

scorer, It is noted that this Is an illegal substitution. 

RULING: Illegal. Number 7 Is not allowed to enter; point/slde-out awarded 

Team B. (10-2-1) 

SITUATION #58: Team A is serving and scores a point. Team A makes an 

illegal substitution which Is not discovered until they score 2 more points. 

Upon discovery of the Illegal substitution: (a) all 3 points are canceled; (b) 

only the 2 points scored while the illegal substitute was In the game are 

canceled. 

RULING: (a) Incorrect procedure; (b) correct procedure. (10-4-Pen la) 

COMMENT: The scorebook will indicate the exact time the Illegal 

substitution occurred; therefore, only the points scored while the Illegal 

substitute was in the game should be canceled. 

SITUATION #59: During a dead ball, player number7 for Team A reports to 

the sideline to make a legal subsitutlon for player number 11, In player 

number 7's excitement, she can't remember the numbers. Umpire allows 

process to proceed with no penalty. 

RULING: Correct procedure Preventive officiating should be used for 

isolated Instances of improper substitution procedures. (10-5-1) 

SITUATION #60: Team A is assessed a penalty time-out, and Teams A and 

B leave the floor. Team A is readyto play immediately, butTeam Busesthe 

full 60 seconds. 

RULING: Legal. (11-2-3) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1984 



LIMITATIONS OF SEASONS 



On April 17, 1982, the Board of Control adopted a 
Limitation of Seasons plan for all sports in which the 
Association conducts tournament play. The plan became 
effective with the 1983-84 school year A copy of this plan 
appeared m the May, 1982 issue of the Athlete. On 
November 27, 1982, the Board of Control revised the plan 
to provide an additional two weeks practice time in each of 
the listed sports. The revised plan is being printed for your 
information. 

BASEBALL 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
organized baseball practice prior to Feb 15. 

2. The first game shall not take place before April 1 

3. A maximum of thirty-five (35) games may be played 
prior to K.H.S.A.A. tournament play. 

4. Doubleheaders shall be counted as two (2) games 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) scrimmages or 
practice games prior to April 1. Scrimmages and/or 
practice games shall count toward 35 game limit 

6. The season ends with the elimination of team from 
district, regional or state championship competition 

BASKETBALL — Boys & Girls 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
basketball practice prior to October 15, for football 
playing schools, and October 1, for non-football 
schools. 

2. The first basketball game shall not take place prior to 
December 1, for football playing schools, and 
November 15 for non-football playing schools. 

3. The number of varsity games shall be in accordance 
with Kentucky High School Athletic Association By- 
Law 21, Number of Basketball Games 

By-Law 21 — The number of basketball games played 
by a member school after December 31 and prior to 
the district tournament shall not exceed twenty A 
school maintaining a football team shall not play 
more than twenty-four basketball games during the 
season, and a school which does not maintain a 
football team shall not play more than thirty games 
Any school which violates this rule shall not be 
eligible for district tournament competition In any 
two county, conference, or invitational tournament 
the games played by a member school count as only 
one game for each tournament 

4. No practice shall be permitted until the end of that 
academic school year following elimination from 
K.H S.A.A. tournament play 



CROSS COUNTRY — Boys & Girls 

1. Organized practice shall not begin prior to July 15 

2. The first meet of the season shall not take place priorto 
September 1 

3. The season ends with the elimination of an individual or 
team from regional or state competition. 

4. Each team shall consist of a minimum of five (5) 
members participating regularly. 

5. The season shall consist of a minimum of four (4) meets 
and a maximum of fifteen (15) meets including 
invitational tournaments 



FOOTBALL 

1 Organized practice in pads shall not begin prior to July 
20 

2 The first game shall not take place prior to eleven (11) 
weekends before the district playoffs A maximum of 
eleven regular season games may be played 

3 A school's football season ends at the conclusion of its 
last regular season game and/or its elimination from the 
championship playoff competition. There shall be no 
further practice during the remainder of the academic 
school year. 

4 There shall be no more than two (2) practice games at 
all levels prior to the opening game of the season with 
players other than members of the squad (see By-Law 
27, Section 4.) 

GOLF 

1 Organized practice shall not begin prior to Feb. 15. 
2. The first match shall not fake place prior to April 1 

3 The season shall consist of a maximum of 20 matches. 
Any two invitational tournaments shall count as one (1) 
match each. All dual matches count as one. 

4 The season ends with the elimination of an individual or 
team from district, regional, or state championship 
competition. 

5 There shall be no more than two (2) practice games 
prior to April 1. Scrimmages shall count toward the 20 
match limit. 

SOCCER 

1 Organized practice shall not take place prior to July 20. 

2 The first game shall not take place before September 1 . 

3 A season will consist of a minimum of six (6) games and 
a maximum of twenty (20) games including invitational 
tournaments 

4 The season ends with team elimination from K.H.S.A.A. 
sponsored state championship competition. No 
practice shall be permitted until the end of that 
academic school year following elimination from 
K H.S.A A tournament play 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) scrimmages or 
practice games prior to September 1 

SOFTBALL — Girls - Slow Pitch 

1 Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
organized softball practice prior to Feb. 15. 

2. The first game shall not take place before April 1. 

3. A maximum of thirty-five (35) games may be played. 
Doubleheaders shall count as two (2) games 

4. The National Federation softball rules shall be the 
official rules used in all contests. 

5. A regulation game shall consist of seven (7) innings or 
one (1) hour and fifteen (15) minutes, whichever occurs 
first. No new innings will be started if less than three (3) 
minutes remain in the hour and fifteen minutes. All ties 
shall be played to completion. 

6. The season ends with the elimination of the team from 
district, regional, or state championship competition 

7. There shall be no more than two (2) practice games 



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prior to April 1. Scrimmages or practice games shall 
count toward the thirty-five (35) game limit. 

SWIMMING 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
organized practice prior to October 1. 

2. The first meet shall not take place prior to November 15. 

3. The season shall consist of a maximum of 15 meets. 

4. The season ends upon elimination of teams from the 
Regional or State Meet. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice meets at 
the varsity level prior to November 15 

TENNIS — Boys & Girls 

1. Organized practice shall not begin prior to Feb 15 

2. The first outdoor match shall not take place before April 
1. 

3. The season shall consist of a maximum of 20 matches 
Any two invitational tournaments shall count as one (1 ) 
match each All dual matches count as one 

4. The season ends with the elimination of an individual or 
team from district, regional, or state championship 
competition 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice games 
prior to April 1 Scrimmages shall count toward the 20 
match limit. 

TRACK — Boys & Girls 

1. Organized practice shall not begin prior to December 1 

2. The first outdoor meet shall not take place before April 
1. 

3. The outdoor season shall consist of a minimum of four 
(4) meets and maximum of fifteen (15) meets. 

4. The season ends when an individual or team is 
eliminated from the regional, sectional or state 
competition. 

5. There shall benomorethan two(2) practice meets prior 
to April 1 Additional practice meets shall count toward 
the 15 meet limit. 

VOLLEYBALL 

1. Organized practice shall not begin prior to July 15 

2. The first match shall not take place prior to September 
1. 

3. The season shall consist of a maximum of twenty (20) 
matches. In any two (2) invitational or conference 
tournaments, the matches played by a member school 
shall count as only one match for each tournament 

4. The season ends upon elimination of team from the 
regional or state championship competition. No 
practice shall be permitted until theendoftheacademic 
school year following elimination from the K.H.S.A.A. 
sponsored tournament play. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice matches at 
the varsity level prior to September 1. 

WRESTLING 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
organized practice prior to October 15. 

2. The first match shall not take place prior to December 1. 

3. Each school must compete in a minimum of four (4) 
scheduled matches in a season to be eligible for 
regional competition. 



4. A school may schedule a maximum of twenty-three (23) 
matches in each weight class. Tournaments or contests 
involving three (3) or more schools shall count as one 
(1) match toward the twenty-three (23) match limit 

5. Official weight classes will be established by the 
K.H.S.A.A. and the N.F.S.H.S.A. 

6. Each team shall consist of a minimum of six (6) 
members. 

7. The season ends with the elimination of a team from 
championship competition 

8 Certification - A student may be certified in December 
After January 1, the first match wrestled will be the 
certification. Students may not be entered in a regional 
tournament unless their names appear on a 
certification sheet, not a scorebook. However, the 
student may be entered if he makes base weight at 
weigh-in time at the regional site, provided the student 
has not wrestled in January Penalty: If a student 
wrestles after January 1 without certifying, the signed 
scorebook will serve to certify the student but to one 
weight class up from the class in which the student 
wrestled in that meet In addition to this, the match in 
that meet will result in a forfeit. Once a student is 
certified that student may wrestle only in that class and 
the one above However, the student may be recertified 
up at any time but never down. Certification must be 
made in triplicate with one copy being sent to the 
district manager immediately, top copy and the carbons 
go to the visiting coach and the home coach. Any 
wrestler representing a member school at any level 
shall weigh in for all meets and certify. 

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OCTOBER, 1984 



VOL. XLV, NO. 3 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

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Editor TOM MILLS 

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Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

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Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

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President-Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Patrick L. 
Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville, Anthony dinger (1984- 
1988) Lexington, Ray Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Chester Turner (1983- 

1987) Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville, 
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1988) Hyden, Conley Manning-State Department of 
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copyrighted by the Louisville Courier Journal. Used with 
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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1984 



RANKINGS OF 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following rankings have been submitted to the 
K.H.S.A.A. by the Assigning Secretary from each Region 
for the 1983-84 basketball season. 

REGION I 

Garter, Mike; McGlnty, L.V.; Green, Don; Flnley, Howard; 
Brewer. Preston; Cash, Charles; HIgdon, Sam; Latham. 
Billy; Featherston, Jerry; Jackson, Dennis; Morris, Bobby; 
Paltsel. James; DeRosa. Joe; Murt. Gene; Miller, Harold; 
Harper. James. Henson. Don; Hargove, David; Cornwell, 
Charles, Behrendt, B.F.; Grubbs. Thomas, Spahr, Scott; 
Sims, Mike; Dunn, Richard; Jones, Richard; Rohrer, Gary. 
Whiteside. Ronald; Boyarskl. Gary; Bowland. Bob. Purcell, 
Ken; Lemons, Jerry; Wlllett, Joe; Boykin, Arthur; Madding. 
Eugene. 

REGION II 

Browning, Wayne, Holt. Robert; Beshears. Jim; Cox, 
Rufus; Bolsture. Roy; Davis. Jay, East, Bill, Holmes, Eddie; 
Vaughn, Ron; Rogers, Eldrldge, Carlton, Rob; Goldey, Bill; 
Stone, Sid; Gates, Bill;Bugg, James; Holt, Ron; Brantley, 
Del; Crick, Dwaine; Malak, Mark; Kluepfel. Joe, Pierce, 
Frank; Creasey. Mike; Rogers, Mike; Murff, Bob; Shelton, 
Shelah; Griffith, Mike; Colley, Lynn; Frazer, Tom Roe; 
Woosley, Travis; Holt, Steve; Haynes, William, Hughes, 
Roy; Dossett, Mac, 

REGION III 
Barnes, Barry; Divine, Wayne; Montgomery, Chet; Hill, 
James, Long, Jim; Everly, Phyllis; Wilson, Kenneth; King, 
Curtiss; Nash Rick; Everly, Randy; McClure, Willis; Estes, 
Walter; Thomas, Durward; Thomson, Cecil; Fox, Joanna; 
Day, Jack; Mattingly, Terry; Jones, Spurgeon; Davis, 
Harold; Quisenberry, David; Kemp, Jim; Barnes, Roger; 
Askin, Ray; Mulllns. Jay; Fields, Paul; Peckenpaugh, Leo; 
Peterson, Steve; Haynes, Steve; Dotson, Scott; 
Peckenpaugh, Terry; Hardin, Ronnie; Childress, Jeff; 
Mefford, Marty; Rickard, Jeff; Pile, Wayne; Singleton, 
Ronnie; Weedman, Dorman; Duncan, Less; Morris, James; 
HIghtower, Edward; Clardy, Barry; Dowell, Kenneth. 

REGION IV 

Stevenson, Mike; McCarley, John; Burkeen, Phil; Curry, 
Randy; Cobb, Mike; Long, Bill; Sims, Russ; Murrell, Allen; 
Curry, Mark; Hamm, Ritchie; Anderson, Ralph; Lamastus, 
Randy; Hamm, Gerald; Proffitt, Carlie; Appling, James; 
Williams, James; James, Janlse; Read, Ray; Nylin, Bob; 
Raymer, Dan; Barnhlll, Carll; Smith, Bruce; Perkins, 
Melvin; Harlow, Doug, Houchins, Dan; York, Tom; 
Whittlker, Wally. 

REGION V 

Brashear, Loy; Downs, Joe; Myers, Ronnie; Williams, 
Bobby; Spalding, Randall; Wilson, Paul; Dubrin, Hade; 
Crutcher, Paul; Thompson, B.D.; Cross, Roger; Hilton, 
Billy; Morse, Richard; Gaddle, Gary, Gupton, Lawrence; 
Bartley, Joe; Crutcher, Marion; Beard, Dusty; Reif, Harry; 
Wright, Gary; Skaggs, Bobby; Stikeleather, Clyde; 
Gupton, George; Hawkins, Donald; Frazler. Mac; Thomas, 
Mike; Matuslak, Marty; Elliott, Mike; Percell, Danny; 
McLane, Albert, RIgon, Dennis; Revis, David; Purslful, 
Larry; Hawkins, Stewart; Strain, Richard; Hundley, Phlnis; 
Bagby, Gary; GIrvin, Jay; Wheeler, Milton; Upchurch, 
Mark; Spalding, Glenn. 

REGION VI & VII 

Hayes, Pete; Hatfield, Rip; Baker, Jan; Gibson, Russ; 
Newton, Dennis; Duvall, Tom; Redle, Joel; Weber, Tom; 



Hourigan, Tim; Bryant, Jimmy; Coffman, Steve; Weihe, 
Bob; Bell, Ron; Brothers, Dottie; LatkovskI, Andy; Monks, 
Ron; Stovall, Cathy; Driskell, Earl; Jansen, Jean; Smith, 
Ron; Singleton, Bobby; Hatfield, Dan; Reader, Bob; Clark, 
Ken; Bell, Clarence; Mallory, Jim; Hickey, Tom; Strong, 
Charlie; TIndall, Cliff; Hiipp, Gerald; Henry, Dennis; 
Whychulls; Beth; Brewer, Charles; Meredith, Billy; Shake, 
Ken; Decker, Jim; Wright, Nancy; Marquette, Ralph; Eaves, 
Jimmy; Kazunas. Gerald; Szyper, Dick; Nelllgan, Mike; 
White, Curtis; Hauber, Cheri; Heckel, Charles; Cecil, Ron; 
Heckel, Richard; Ritchie, Bill; Ramsey, Dale; Taylor, Don; 
Pearl, George; Gillespie, Vickie; Stuedle, Ray; Cooper, 
Fred; Atzinger, Phyllis; Woosley, Donald; Baldwin, Dermis; 
GIson, Gary; Green, Steve; Stober, Martha; O'Brien, Jm; 
Meredith, Craig; Stephenson, Joe; Nail. Ken; Dunn. Chris; 
Holt. Tim; Mills. John; KIstner. Gary; Maddox. Art; 
Featherstone. John. Carpenter, Al; Brown, Les; Mattingly, 
Gary; Fox, Russ; Smith, Art; Donohue, Sarge; Hash, Jeff; 
McGavic, Ron; Stewart, Steve; Yann, Gerald; Beck, Bob; 
Morris, Larry, Holmes, Ron; Jenne, Mike; Bland, Churck; 
Bergstrom, Ed; Bush, Gerry, HiIpp, Terry; Hamilton, Joe; 
Singleton, James; Russell, Clem; Bell, Sharon; Singleton, 
Bobby; Shepherd, Larry; James, Bob; Sayler, Hank; Peak. 
Barbara; George, Gary; Page, Harry; Lawson, Stan; Miller, 
Robert; Gornet, Mary Pat; Meffert, Karen; White, Bob; 
Etheridge, Ricky; Parker, J.; Cox, Buddy; Turner, Ron; 
Cromer, Dan; Ray, Buddy; Gibson, Al; Kelly, Jay; French, 
Joe; Abott, Randy; Stober, Missy; Welnal, Tim; Farhat, 
Ned; Jennette, Tony; Ransom, Ken; NIckerson, Bruce; 
Dooley, DeWayne; Smith, Doug; Griffin, Dennis; 
Cummins, Dutch. 

REGION VIII 

Stethens. James; Gordon, Roy; Williams, Donald; 
Williams, Gary; Stark, Doug; Dyke, Dean; Hicks, Gene; 
Peyton, William; Doll, Allen; Leep, John; Mefford, Gran; 
Feger, George; Kellam, Steve; Camacho, Marcus; Jones, 
John; Holmes, Lois; Wagoner, Jim; Yaeger, John; Mulllns, 
Ray; Gibbons, Mike; Maddox, Bobby; Boyd, Tom; Dant, 
Joe; Jackson, Steve; Prather, Clinton; Taylor, Bill; 
Lawrence, Gary; Watklns, David; Golns, Tom; Crawford, 
Jerry; Goodlett, Mike; Thornberry, Gary; Caudlll, Roy; 
Miller, Jerry; Yancy, Delbert; Adamson, Buford; Pearson, 
William; Basham, Larry; Teague, Gary; Reinle, Bill; 
Wheeler, Dale; Amburgey, Kenny; Emily, Steve; Tingle, 
Lester; Goodlett, Randy; Puckett, James; Shelton, Ron. 

REGION IX 

Liggett, Ernie; Sullivan, Dan; Moore, Franklin; Roesel, Joe; 
Weyer, Jim; Thompson, Tom; Hummel, Tom; Moore, Bob; 
Freppon, Tom; Smith, Bill; Delaney, Bill; Haas, Tom; 
Vorles, Gary; Arnold, Jim; Wolfe. Dennis; Gabbard. Ray; 
Vories. Kent; Shields, Don; Buerger, Tim; Wright, Bob; 
Schnedler. Don; Burkart. Bob; Bauman, Michael; Brown, 
Steve; McDowell, Benny; Swope, Tom; McCarthy, Steve; 
Brockman, Tom; Grieme, Bill; Meyer, Dave; Chappie, 
Charles; Hellman, Glenn, Fitzer, Carl; Penick, Dave; Bond, 
Terry; Sullivan, Danny; Morris, Tom; Bishop, Paul; 
Bertsch, Ron; Johnson, Jack; Brausch, David; Schomaker, 
Charles; Flesch, Jerry; Brady, Ron; Robbins, Mike; 
Strong, Terry; Mohr. Tom; Crittenden, Glenn; Antrobus, 
Randy; Cunningham, Steve; Kristof, Dave; Hummel, Joe; 
Schneider, Jeff; Ponchot. Joseph; Brownfield, Claude; 
Hamilton, Tom; Mason, Kip; Douthwalte, Don; Washnock, 
Richard; Dunhoft, Kenny; Bredenberg, Tom; Obel, Dave; 
Morris, Edward "Doc"; Wilson, Larry; Watson, Lloyd; Goe, 
Robert; Rees, J.B.; Whalen, James; Smith, John; Neihaus, 
Jenny; Gosney, Donna; Williams, Glen; Haskell, Dan; 
Woolum, Larry; Ryan, Roger; Buerger, Anthony; OToole, 
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Continued from Page 

Dennis; Brockman, Dale; Newhouse, Doug; Malik, Hashim 
Abd; Perkins, Steve; McDowell, Greg; Furnash, George; 
Cooper, John; Catron, Michael; Ellis, Mike; Halenkamp, 
John; Hicks, Rick; Jent, Richard; Mayborg, Glenn; 
Sammons, Terry; Grefer, Tom; Perry, Charles; Scott, 
Emmanuel; Stoker, Steve; Uriage, Dick; Weiner, Dick. 

REGION X & XI 

Radjunas, John; i ^ars, Don; Chasteen, Rick; Jenkins 
Burney; Boucher, Larry; Middleton, John; Thompson. Joe 
Buis, Mike; Sumner, Carl; Thompson, Gary; Wade, Kent 
Sellier, Ed; Morgan, Chuck; Basler, Mel; Pickrell, Jerry: 
Bell, Henry; Kemper, Nancy; McNulty, Bob; Story, John 
Catron, Mike; Johnson, Jerry; Akins, Clyde; Lenox, Mike: 
Ow/sley, Bob; Shuck, Tommy; Madison, Tex; Brovi/n, Barry 
Hainline. Charlie; Wilkie, Craig; Williams, Roger; Lusby 
George; Ratliff, Larry; Moore, Ron; Catron, Ken; Johns 
Jim; Rutledge, Mark; Angelucci, Mondo; Thomas, Ben 
Hunt, William; Simmons, Ron; McClure, Jerry; Fritz, John 
Hiten, Mark; Eads. Ron; Eckler, Jim; Lashley, Dan 
Metzger, Larry: Peters, Fred; Kolpek, David; Hostetler, Bill 
Maines, George; Overstreet, Walt; Walker, Keith; Shields 
Don; Clark, Ed; Whitaker, Mack; Haydon, David; Oser 
Larry; Adkins, Madison; Turpin, Don; Turley, Roy; Turpin 
Ron; Lyies, Larry; Rutledge, David; Hughes, Brenda 
Brown, Glenn; Hawkins, Anthony; McDaniel, Bill 
Denham, Ed; Owens, Bruce; Travis, William: Damror, 
Adam; Young, Wayne; Thompson, Mark: Cook. Donald 
Hill, Jeff; King, Michael; Lentry, Rick; Griffm, David 
Tipton. Steve; Yeiser, Gerry: Young, Ben; Tackett, Julian 
Harrod, Ron; Adkins, Butch; Shropshire, Tom; Baber, 
Gary; Philpot, Tim; Clarke, Kathy; Strauss, Bill; Haysletl, 
Leigh; Fannin, Bob; Sumner, David; Clark, James; Moore, 
Donnie; Mitchell, Brad, Smith, John; Innes, Whitney 
Davis, Cindy; Jackson, Ron; Dotson, Ed; Doak, Lee: 
Hallum, Todd; Spencer, Lonnie, Morris, Benjamin 
Snively, Allen; Foster, Donald; Hartzen, Ray; Hill, Glen 
Stevens; James; Cunningham. Kevin. 

REGION XII 

Gordon, Dwight; Centers, Mike; Hackleroad, Tom; Maxey 
Richard; Rousey, Jim; Hargis, Noe: Turner, Keenan 
Taylor, Dale; Sparrow, John; Devary, Bill; Adams. Jim 
Sanders, John; Wilson, Bruce; Ash, Clayton; Kenney, 
Jack; Drake, John; Vaught, Marvin; Hail, Harold; Russell 
Lynn; Sargent, Bruce; Wallace, John; Bullock, Larry 
Brown, Ronnie; Knauer, Glenn; Haste, Fred; Wallace, 
David; Woodrum, James; Adams, Denver, Wixson, Bob 
Combs, John; Cummins, Wayne; Light, Larry; Purvis, Fred 
Chaney, Dean; Compton, Jerry: Knight, William; Rogers, 
Kenneth; Shaw, Earl; Roy, Phillip: Carr, David; Baker, 



Darrell; Vito, Paul: Burchett, Donnie; Tablert, Gene; 

Crutchfield, Jim; Floyd, Joe; Murphy, David; Miller, 

Michael; McKinney, Dexter; Simpson, David; Eades, 

Harold; Rader, James. 

REGION XIII 
Ashhurst, Mike; Black, Charles; Powers, Elmer; Harris, 
Gary; Kersey, Andy; Guy, N.S.; Hammons, George; Page, 
Jim; Tye, Josh; Russell, Phil; Noonan, Rob; Pace, Kevin; 
Henson, Paul Burgan, Curtis; Pietrowski, Paul; Onkst, 
Glen; Ensslin, Charles; Lee, Charles; Shaw, Kenneth; 
Saylor, Gary; Washington, Darryl; Hudson, Thomas; 
Cook, Chandler; Stuber, Charles; Peace, Richard: 
Howard. James. 

REGION XIV 
Allen, Yvon; Campbell, Dexter; Francis, James; Combs. 
Henry; Hall, Tommy; Jones, Denver; Feltner, Danny; 
Gabbard, John; Cunningham, Robert; Smallwood. 
Talmadge; Vanover, J.W.; Mullins, Harold; Dixon, Bill; 
Bailey, Harrison; Hall, Donald; Mcintosh, Carl; Slone, 
Carson; Brown, Stanley; Tolliver, Jerry; Thornsberry, 
Larry; Williams, Frank; Poppas, Steve; Whitaker, Ricky; 
McConahay, Rex: Polly, Rex, Vest, Ben, Thomas, Bob; 
Molands. Lawrence; Seals, Harlan; Adams, Rick; Terry, 
James, Thacker. Larry; Following people did not finish the 
season: Meadows, Marvin, Williams, Buford. 

REGION XV 

Collier, Burnard: Casey. Ancie: Combs, Sherman: Bevins, 
Wally; Bogar, Darrell; Copley, Sid; Tucker, Phillip; Crisp. 
Jackie; Smith, Jerry; Wallen, Wendell; Kessinger. Michael: 
Diamond, Rufus; Bishop, Henry; May, Paul; Mickey, Steve; 
Varney, preg, Vanhorn, Mike; Stacy. David; Bell. Greg; 
Hall, Keith; Spears, Ronnie: Spears, Terry; Roberts, 
Kenneth; Kelley, Dolph; Looney, James; Spears, Bobby; 
Powell, Billy; Howell, Barry; Combs, Clinton; Dingess, 
Tom; England, William Jr.; Keene, Phillip: Thompson, 
Robbie; Hamilton, Paul; Gayheart, Damon; Deskins, Billy: 
Parker, Lowell; Tackett, James; Armstrong, Roger; 
Flanery, Ray; Cantrell, Bill; Bailey, Jerry; Doer, Edwin; 
Elkins, Wayne; Ballard, Dennis. 

REGION XVI 
Moore, Marvin; Hardin. Don, Kouns, Bob; Cundift. Curt; 
Collins, Hubert; McKenzie. Dwight; Ramey, Gary; 
Jackson, Bob; McKenzie, Jim; Simpson, Jim; Hall, Dickie; 
Dixon. Ron; Vance, Scott; Belcher, Scott; Hobbs, Charles; 
Hyland, Dick; Plummer, Bill; Hall, Ted; Greene, Bert; 
Russell, Allen; Hale, David; Hardin. Phillip; Asher, Ralph; 
Branham, George; Craft, Bob; Johnson, Lynn; Newman, 
Bill; Clevernger, Mike; Artrip, Larry; Cook, Ed; Loperfido, 
Rick; Thomas, Leonard; Stevens, Terry; Allen, Chris; 
Spaulding, Alton; Long, David. 




Looking on while Governor Martha Layne 
Collins signs a Proclamation proclaiming the 
week of October 14-21, 1984, High School 
Activities Week are from left: Sports Information 
Director Julian Tackett, Assistant Commissioner 
Brigjd DeVries, and Commissioner Tom Mills. 




PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1984 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association Audit Report 



May 10, 1984 

To Mr. John Radjunas and Executive Committee 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association and 

All Star Fund 
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 

We have exammed the statements of cash receipts and 
disbursements of the Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association and All Star Fund for the period from March 1 , 
1983 to February 29, 1984. Our examination was made in 
accordance wfith generally accepted auditing standards 
and, accordingly, included such tests of the accounting 
records and such other auditing procedures as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

As described in Note 1, the Coaches Association's 
policy is to prepare its financial statements on the basis of 
cash receipts and disbursements: consequently, certain 
revenue is recognized when received rather than when 
earned, and certain expenses are recognized when paid 
rather than when the obligation is incurred. Accordingly, 
the accompany financial statements are not intended to 
represent results of operations in conformity with 
generally accepted accounting principles. 

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to 
above present fairly the cash receipts and disbursements 
of the Kentucky High School Coaches Association and All 
Star Fund forthe period from March 1 , 1983 to February29, 
1984, on the basis of accounting described in Note 1, 
which has been applied in a consistent manner. 

FAULKNER & KING, PSC 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
And All-Star Fund 



Refunds 

Professional services 
N.H.S.A.C A. membership dues 
Clerical services 
Telephone 
Telephone 
Total disbursements 

Excess of cash receipts (deficit) 
over disbursments 

Cash balance-beginnng 
of period 

Cash balance-end of period 



35 

1,000 

3.007 

611 

2.938 

275 

40,654 



35 
1,000 
3,007 

611 

2,938 

275 

155 40,809 



(2,256) 1,732 



(524) 



24,720 21.435 46,155 
$22,464 $23,167 $45,631 



The accompanying note is an integral part of this 
financial statement. 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association 

And All Star Fund 

Note to the Financial Statements 

February 29, 1984 

Note 1 -Summary of Significant Accounting Policies 

The Coaches Association's policy is to prepare its 
financial statements on the basis of cash receipts and 
disbursements; consequently, certain revenue is 
recognized when received rather than when earned, and 
certain expenses are recognized when paid rather than 
when the obligation is incurred. Accordingly, the 
accompanying financial statements are not intened to 
present results of operations in conformity with generally 
accepted accounting principles. 



Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements for the 
Period from March 1, 1983 to February 29, 1984 





Ky. High 








School 








Coaches 


All-Star 




Receipts: 


Assoc. 


Fund 


Total 


Dues 


$32,431 




$32,431 


Interest income 


1,928 


1,727 


3,655 


Advertising Income 


1,600 




1,600 


National High School Coaches 








Association-Advance 


1,000 




1,000 


Reimbursement for travel 








and meetings 


1,339 


160 


1,499 


Donations 


100 




100 


Total receipts 


38,398 


1,887 


40,285 


Disbursements: 








Insurance 


6,500 




6,500 


Photos and awards 


527 




527 


Postage and supplies 


6.199 


155 


6,354 


Travel and meetings 


12,012 




12,012 


Executive secretary fee 


7.550 




7,550 



Schedule of Cash 
February 29, 1984 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association: 






Mt Sterling National Bank 


Interest 




Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 


Rate 




Checking account balance 


5.25% 


2,103 


Money Market Account 


Variable 


10,361 


Fidelity Magellan Fund 


N/A 


10,000 


Total 




22,464 



All Star Fund: 

Mt. Sterling National Bank 
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 

Checking account balance 
Money Market Account 
U.S. Lite Equity Fund 
Total 

Total cash-February 29, 1984 



5.25% 


2,772 


Variable 


10,395 


N/A 


10,000 




23,167 




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VOL. XLVII NO. 4 



NOVEMBER, 1984 



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The following are the results of the State Volleyball 
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2-3, 1984. 



MATCHES 

Notre Dame 
Mercy 

Sacred Heart 
Highlands 
Holy Cross 
Rowan County 



WON LOST 



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2 


2 


1 


1 


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Pooll 

Mercy def. Rowan Co. 
Mercy def. Highlands 
Highlands def. Rowan Co. 

Pool 2* 

Sacred Heart def. Holy Cross 
Notre Dame def. Sacred Heart 
Holy Cross def. Notre Dame 



15-3, 15-4 
15-8, 15-6 
15-4, 15-8 



15-9, 12-15, 15-3 

7-15, 15-11, 15-11 

7-15, 15-8, 15-12 



"Pool 2 ended pool play with all three teams tied at 1-1. For 
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defeated Holy Cross 15-10 to earn aspot in the final round. 
Notre Dame then defeated Holy Cross 18-16 to earn the 
other final round spot. Because Notre Dame had earlier 
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Pool 2. 



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Susan Antkowiak Mercy 

Missy Blanford Holy Cross 

Stacey Broering Notre Dame 

Kelly Brown Sacred Heart 

Tracy Clark Holy Cross 

Sarah Dickman Notre Danne 

Vicki Flelssner Highlands 

Irene Haugh Mercy 

Karen Minihan Sacred Heart 

Cindy Schlarman Highlands 

Gretchen Thompson Sacred Heart 

Sue Timperman Mercy 



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This year the K.H.S.A.A. will organize the Game Guy 
Award. School representatives and registered officials 
may make nominations for the award. The eligible person 
should be a pupil at the junior or senior high school level 
who has overcome great physical handicap in order to take 
part in athletics. Letters of recommendation should be 
addressed to"GameGuy Committee, K.H.S.A.A., PC. Box 
22280. Lexington, Kentucky 40522." Deadlinefor the 1985 
nomination is April 1. 



Don't Be Caught Unprepared 

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High school students participating in interscholastic 
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and college test dates. Students can find a date which 
avoids interscholastic events if they arrange to take the 
test on those dates which do not conflict. 

High school counselors and principalsareurged tocall the 
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Calendar of Events so that test dates can be selected to 
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February 9, 1985 
April 20, 1985 
June 8, 1985 



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December 31, 1984 
January 26, 1985 
March 23, 1985 
May 4, 1985 
June 1, 1985 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVMEBER, 1984 



NOVEMBER, 1984 



VOL. XLVII, NO. 4 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
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By Mary Lue Jiunta, Asst. Trainer 
Coach of Morehead State University 

As a athletic trainer, you will be working with both male 
and female athletes. Care of their injuries, emergency 
situation, and rehabilitation will be handled the same way 
for both sexes. There are, however, some differences in 
women athletes that you should be aware of. 

If you eliminate the sports of wrestling and football from 
the statistics, then the injury rate for males and females is 
about the same. Injuries tend to occur because of 
inadequate strength, poor skills, and poor coaching. As 
women pursue athletics we should see improvements in 
these areas and hopefully, a reduction in injury rates. 

It is generally felt that women are predisposed to patellar 
problems more often than men. The problems are related 
to poor alignment of the patella in the knee joint, a wider 
pelvic base which causes an increased Q angle, and a lack 
of muscle tone particularly in the vastus medialis. 
Strengthening the musculature around the knee will help 
deal with the problem. In some cases, surgery may be 
required to help correct the alignment problems. 

Another difference between men and women is the 
response to heat stress. Women begin sweating at a higher 
body temperature than men and tend to sweat less than 
men. "Thermoregulation is. ..achieved by women at a lower 
sweat rate than men." This means that women are more 
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PAGE THREE 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT 

Louisville, Kentucky 

October 30-November 7, 1984 



Owensboro 


1 


Henry Clay 


4 


Lafayette 1 


Trinity 


2 


Dixie Heights 





Covington Catholic 


3 



Henry Clay 



Trinity 



Covington Catholic 3 



Trinity 



Champion 





Front Row: Tim Long, Ben Rao, Brian Pfoadt, Wayne Kraus, Terry Allen, Scott McElroy, Craig Schmitt, Jim Laveck. 
IVIiddle Row: Eric Schmidt, Chris Fischer, Jack Kelly, Andrew Brunner, Mark Collinsworth, Dan Hert, Chris BIfone, 
Thad Lanham, Butch Redmon. Back Row: Coach Charles Cully, Denny Payne, John Tierney, Frank Shoaf, Chris 
Lich, John Perri, Pat Deem, Brian Brislin, Luis Gaye, Todd Noltemeyer, Clint Payne, IVIanager Bill Ringo, Coach 
Rob Mullen. 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1984 



1984-85 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Rob Shoaf, Trinity 
Class AAA, Individual Champion 





CLASS AAA BOYS 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Rob Shoaf 


Trinity 


16;05 


2 


Barry White 


Southern 


16:19 


3 


Brian Swail 


Pulaski Co. 


16:26 


4 


Palmer Stalnback 


St. Xavier 


16:32 


5 


Mike Sivorl 


St, Xavier 


16:36 


6 


Phil Stone 


Trinity 


16:39 


7 


David Lawhorn 


Atherton 


16:45 


8 


Mike Shoemaker 


St. Xavier 


16:46 


9 


Todd Henson 


Marshall Co. 


16:47 


10 


Joe Butler 


St, Xavier 


16:48 


11 


Rod Mitchell 


Pleasure Rdige Park 


16:49 


12 


Eric Garnett 


Jeffersontown 


16:51 


13 


Austin Dean 


Madisonville 


16:56 


14 


Jim Baldridge 


Campbell Co. 


16:59 


15 


Jeff Rogers 


Manual 


17:00 



CLASS AAA 
BOYS TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

St, Xavier 49 

Trinity 59 

Pulaski Co 147 

Daviess Co 1 62 

Atherton 167 

Mad.-N Hopkins 171 

Oldham Co 199 

Southern 218 

Holy Cross 223 

N, Hardin 227 

Pleasure Ridge Park 271 

Campbell Co 277 

Holmes 320 

Jeffersontown 324 

Bryan Station -. . . . 336 



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Team Members, Mike Sivori, Palmer Stalnback, Mike Shoemaker, Joe 
Butler, Dan Corrlgan, Dan Reader, Bud Perrone. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1984 



PAGE FIVE 



1984-85 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 



CLASS AAA GIRLS 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Donna Combs 


Ballard 


10:09 


2 


Wendy Frazier 


Henry Clay 


11:12 


3 


Nancy Crutcher 


Oldham Co. 


11:17 


4 


Ann Ray 


Daviess Co. 


11:21 


5 


Debbie Meece 


Pulaski Co 


11:22 


6 


Sonya Kirby 


Daviess Co. 


11:25 


7 


Jenny Gllmore 


Oldham Co. 


11.26 


8 


Cybil O'Nan 


Oldham Co. 


11:29 


9 


Debbie Vardeman 


Butler 


11:30 


10 


Molly Miller 


Ballard 


11:33 


11 


Jana Bailey 


Male 


11:35 


12 


Jennifer Woltermann 


Notre Dame 


11:35 


13 


Sarah Bland 


Shelby Co. 


11:35 


14 


Monica Whitfield 


Mad. N. Hopkins 


11:37 


15 


Shay Wright 


Oldham Co. 


11:38 







Donna Combs, Ballard 
Class AAA Individual Champion 



CLASS AAA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

Oldham Co 64 

Daviess Co 66 

Mad.-N. Hopkins 115 

Boyd Co 133 

Pulaski Co 160 

Ballard 160 

Atherton 164 

Notre Dame 168 

Shelby Co 203 

Mercy Academy 227 

Laurel Co 258 

Sacred Heart 283 

Bullitt Central 320 



OLDHAM COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Team Members: Karen Robinson, Chrissy Cantrell, Shay Wright, Cybil 
O'Nan, Jenny Gilmore, Stacia Roberts, Nancy Crutcher. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1984 



1984-85 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Kathy Plank, Conner 
Class AA Individual Champion 





CLASS AA GIRLS 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Kathy Plank 


Conner 


11:19 


2 


Genny Ballard 


Lawrence Co. 


11:24 


3 


Kim Fields 


Whitesburg 


11:27 


4 


Missle Thomas 


Union Co. 


11:30 


5 


Katie Stamps 


Danville 


11:32 


6 


Debbie Finke 


Danville 


11:37 


7 


Tonya Asher 


Clay Co. 


11:48 


8 


Melissa Partin 


Whitley Co. 


11:49 


9 


Julie Caudle 


Franklin Co. 


11:50 


10 


Patricia Dowd 


Fleming Co, 


11:51 


11 


Karen Chandler 


Webster Co. 


11:52 


12 


Susan Rankin 


Danville 


11:57 


13 


Jennie Reigelman 


Danville 


11:57 


14 


Holly Townsend 


Webster Co. 


12:00 


15 


Cathy Townsend 


Webster Co 


12:02 


16 


Julie Banta 


Franklin Co. 


12:02 



CLASS AA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

Danville 35 

Clay Co 97 

Whitesburg 105 

Franklin Co 108 

Webster Co 109 

Elizabethtown 158 \Tff 

Highlands 163 

Whitley Co 166 

Jessamine Co 229 

Calloway Co 247 

East Hardin 279 

Dixie Heights 287 



DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS CLASS AA CHAMPION 




Team Members: Susan Rankin, Katie Stamps, Debie Finl<e, Jennie 
Reigelman, Sara Jackson, Marcia Mount, Mary Faith Mount. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1984 



PAGE SEVEN 



1984-85 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 





CLASS AA BOYS 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Scott Burnett 


East Carter 


16:44 


2 


Jimmy Vandenberg 


Franklin Co- 


16:47 


3 


Glen Logan 


Rowan Co. 


16:58 


4 


Shawn Pawsat 


Highlands 


17:03 


5 


Gary Thornton 


Webster Co. 


17:06 


6 


Paul Hamilton 


Jessamine Co. 


17:07 


7 


Eric Cotfman 


Franklin Co. 


17:14 


8 


Jeff Plank 


Conner 


17:20 


9 


Jimmy Charles 


Jessamine Co. 


17:21 


10 


Steve Kruetzkamp 


Highlands 


17:23 


11 


Barry Knight 


Calloway Co. 


17:25 


12 


tVlark Charlton 


Calloway Co 


17:25 


13 


Mike Schmitt 


Owensboro Catholic 


17:26 


14 


Tracy Lasley 


Meade Co 


17.30 


15 


Mike Otis 


LaRue Co 


17:31 




Scott Burnett, East Carter 
Class AA Individual Champion 



CALLOWAY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS CLASS AA CHAMPION 




CLASS AA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

Calloway Co 81 

Covington Catholic 94 

Franklin Co 106 

Highlands 109 

Woodford Co 143 

Rowan Co 201 

Jessamine Co 219 

Whitesburg 221 

Webster Co 223 

Knox Central 227 

Adair Co 253 

Clay Co 253 

Barren Co 269 

East Hardin 319 



Team Members: Rick Henninger, Barry Knight, Mark Charlton, Tim 
Manning, Kevin Garland, Scott Nix, Randy Sons. 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1984 



1984-85 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Cob Cunjff, Berea 
Class A Individual Champion 





CLASS A BOYS 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Cob Cunlff 


Berea Community 


16;31 


2 


Mark Bertrum 


Bishop Brossart 


16:36 


3 


John Kuper 


Bishop Brossart 


1640 


4 


Linnys Wright 


Trigg Co- 


16:47 


5 


Jeff Moll 


Lexington Catholic 


17:07 


6 


John Mays 


Anderson Co. 


17:15 


7 


John Steele 


Bath Co. 


17:22 


8 


Pat Hayden 


West Hardin 


17:28 


9 


Mike Koch 


St. Henry 


1729 


10 


R Schindley 


Providence 


17:29 


11 


Mark Kinsey 


Grant Co. 


17:30 


12 


Jamey Herbst 


Dayton 


17 34 


13 


R. Hill 


Ft Campbell 


17:35 


14 


Richie Kessler 


Green Co 


17:39 


15 


Randy Decker 


Silver Grove 


17:42 



CLASS A BOYS 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Bishop Brossart 96 

2 Dayton 111 

3 Providence 122 

4 Trigg Co 127 

5 Green Co 160 

6 Oneida 184 

7 Grant Co 212 

8 Berea 221 

9 West Hopkins 237 

10 Anderson Co 261 

11 New/port Central Catholic 274 

12 Lexington Catholic 284 

13 West Hardin 302 

14 Mercer Co 316 

15 Bath Co 321 



BISHOP BROSSART HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS CLASS A CHAMPION 




Team Members: Coach Mike Guidugli, Mark Bertram, John Kuper, 
Brian Vogel, Roger Heck, Todd Schneider, Dave Mallery, Mike Orth. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1984 



PAGE NINE 



1984-85 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 





CLASS A GIRLS 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Kim Hawkins 


Bath Co. 


10:59 


2 


Stacey Belt 


Anderson Co. 


11:20 


3 


Denis Schank 


St. Henry 


11:26 


4 


Kelli Phillipi 


Grant Co. 


11:34 


5 


Pam Moutaux 


Ky. Country Day 


11:37 


6 


Vicki Thompson 


Green Co. 


11:41 


7 


Jennifer Russell 


Anderson Co. 


11:45 


8 


Stephanie Edgar 


Dayton 


11:46 


9 


Tania Winchester 


Wayne Co 


11:51 


10 


Amy Buckler 


Silver Grove 


11:52 


11 


Cathy McEllistrem 


Lexington Catholic 


11:54 


12 


Marcia Hall 


Providence 


11:59 


13 


Shannon Guiltman 


Lexington Catholic 


12:02 


14 


Christy Hater 


Newp. Cent. Cath. 


12:02 


15 


Cindy Grider 


Green Co. 


12:03 




Kim Hawkins, Bath County 
Class A Individual Champion 



LEXINGTON CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS CLASS A CHAMPION 




CLASS A GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

Lexington Catholic 84 

Anderson Co 95 

Green Co 117 

Providence 1 29 

Silver Grove 153 

Newport Central Catholic 166 

Dayton 192 

Bath Co 197 

Wayne Co 226 

Ft. Campbell 254 

Mercer Co 284 

Berea 290 

Trimble Co 300 

Menifee Co 326 

Fort Knox 340 



Team Members: Shannon Guiltinan, Joanna Guiltinan, Cathy 
McEllistrem, Jennifer Cole, Courtney Albright, Suzanne Leung, Ange 
Skeeters. 



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Films of several previous K H.S.A.A. state ctiampionship 

events as well as films related to ttie K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 

sports are available through Ms. Annette Andrews at the 

University of Kentucky Film Library, Lexington, KY, 40506. 

Her phone Is (606) 257-2828. A small fee Is charged for use 

in order to cover postage. These events were filmed and 

the related films purchased for the benefit and use of all 

Kentucky high school coaches and personnel to promote 

all of the K.H.S.A.A. sports. 

The following is the list currently available: 

BASEBALL 

Baseball All Star Game of '56, '58, '65, and '67 

Baseball Hall of Fame (1959) 

Baseball Today (1974) 

Batter Up (1961) 

Batting Stars of Baseball (1947) 

Catching Snars in Baseball (1956) 

Cincinnati Reds; Baseball Real Winners (1981) 

Democracy of Baseball (1952) 

Double-Play Kings of Baseball (1949) 

Fifty Years of Baseball (1966) 

Infield Play at 1st and 3rd (1950) 

Inside Baseball (1945) 

October Madness (1968 World Series) 

Pitching Stars of Baseball (1948) 

Reds Baseball Building for '83 

Twenty-Five Men (Cincinnati Reds 1979 National League 

Champions) 
Umpire In Baseball (1951) 
World Series of '54, '55, '57, '59, '60, '61 , '62, '63, '64, '65. '66, 

■67, '68, and '69 

BASKETBALL 

Basketball at Its Best (1979) 

Basketball Today (1973) 

Butler vs. Franklin County High (1980 Girls State 

Basketball Tournament) 
Lafayette vs. Christian County High (1 979 Boys Basketball 

Finals) 
Laurel County vs. Lafayette (1979 Girls Basketball Finals) 
Laurel County vs. North Hardin (1982 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Mercy Academy vs. Marshall County (1982 Girls State 

Basketball Finals) 
Ownesboro vs. Louisville Doss (1980 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Pulaski County vs. Marshall County (1981 Girls Basketball 

Finals) 
TIme-Out for Basketball (1983) 
Winning Ways (Rules of Basketball) (1976) 

FOOTBALL 

Class A State Football Championship Games '78, '79, '80, 

■81, ^82 and '83 
Class AA State Football ChampionshipGames '78, '79, '80, 

'81, '82 and '83 
Class AAA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, 

'80, '81, '82 and '83 
Class AAAA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, 

'80, '81, '82 and '83 
Football Safety (1973) 



Football Today (1972) 

Football at Its Best (A Safer Game) (1982) 

Goal to Go (1975) 

One Step Ahead; A Guide to Better Football Officiating 

(1980) 
Point of Contact (1976) 
Precision Football (1978) 
Team Physician (1969) 

GOLF 

Courtesy on the Course (1979) 

SWIMMING 

Swimming and Diving Today (1975) 

TRACK 

Track and Field Today (1971) ~~~ 

VOLLEYBALL 

Notre Dame vs. Our Lady of Providence (1982 Girls State 

Volleyball Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Angela Merici (1983 Girls State Volleyball 

Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Sacred Heart (1984 Girls State Volleyball 

Final Match) 

WRESTLING 

Wrestling Today (1973) 



Continued from Page Two 

Obviously, another difference between men and women 
is that women menstruate and become pregnant. 

World class athletes have won Olympic Gold Medals 
before, during, and after their periods. Where they are in 
their menstrual cycle has little or no effect on their level or 
competition. It Is unlikely that on the high school level you 
will be working with individuals of that caliber. Therefore, 
you will have to deal with women that are bothered by the 
premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and dysmenorrhea 
(cramps). Young women who are troubled by painful 
periods should see a physician for help. The physician 
may prescribe aspirin, oral contraceptives, or 
prostaglandin inhibitors, such as motrin or anaprox. 

Because of menstruation, women athletes may become 
anemic. Loss of blood will increase the loss of iron from 
their bodies. A dietary iron supplement may be required 
for these Individuals. 

Athletic trainers who work with women should maintain 
a high suspicion of the possibility of pregnancy. 

When a girl complains that she has "skipped" a period, 
you should ask whether it's possible that she could be 
pregnant. Granted, during the first three years following 
the onset of menarche, the menstrual cycle tends to be 
Irregular. Just be careful. In non-contact sports such as 
golf, tennis or running, women should be able to safely 
participate during the first and second trimester of 
pregnancy. Contact sports such as basketball and 
volleyball are off-llmlts to pregnant women. 

A rise In the body's core temperature may cause 
deformities in the developing fetus. Therefore, women 
who do continue to participate In activities during 
pregnancy should be careful not to become overheated. 

Some type of exercise should be done as long as 
possible by the pregnant woman. Swimming, cycling and 
walking are excellent conditioners during this time. 



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PAGE ELEVEN 



1984-85 NATIONAL FEDERATION WRESTLING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART 1 



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PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book-Page 18 (Rules 5-6-2) — Delete part (a) and add the 

following: "Unless both shoulders or both scapulae of the 
defensive wrestler are inbounds Page 35 (Rule 10-5-4-1) — Delete 
miconduct. Page 40 — Under the comments on Rule 5-2-6, delte 
the third sentence starting with. "The rule now states " 
Case Book-Page 20 — Number 2 under Part III Technical 
Violations, delete the last two sentences starting with, "When 
issuing a warning -" 

SITUATION #1: Wrestler A, the offensive wrestler, has Wrestler B in 

a pinning situation with a chicken wing and a half nelson. As 

Wrestler B is being turned, the right shoulder and scapula are 

touching the mat As Wrestler A continues to turn Wrestler B. the 

left scapula touches the mat inbounds and the left shoulder is 

either out-of-bounds or above the out-of-bounds line Could this 

position result in near fall points or a fall'' 

RULING: Anytime both shoulders are both scapulae are inbounds 

a fall or near fall can be scored. It is not necessary that both 

shoulders and both scapulae remain in-bounds to score a tall or 

near fail 

SITUATION #2: Wrestler A lifts his opponent and returns him to the 

mat with unnecessary force (a) This act occurs at or before the 

buzzer sounds to end the first period (b) This occurs at or before 

the buzzer sounds to end the third period, (c) This occurs after the 

buzzer sounds to conclude the first period, (d) It occurs after the 

buzzer sounds to conclude the third period. 

RULING: Anytime a wrestler lifts his opponent off the mat, he is 

responsible for his safe return In all four examples: a. b. c and d. 

this would be categorized as an illegal slam Wrestler B would 

receive one penalty point and would be allowed two minutes 

recover time if he were injured in all examples, if he were unable to 

continue wrestling following the two minutes recover time, he 

would be declared the winner of tne match 

SITUATION #3: Wrestler A applies a leg scissor around Wrestler 

Bs head, with a leg included. Would this leg cradle be considered a 

legal hold' 

RULING: When a straight leg scissor is applied around the head of 

your opponent it is a legal hold when the leg is included It should 

be treated like any other hold around your opponents head, in that 

it should be watched closely by the referee. 

COMMENTS: It should be noted that a straight head scissor with an 

arm included is illegal, but a head scissorwith the leg included in a 

leg cradle is legal 

SITUATION #4: When the defensive wrestler assumes his starting 

position. IS it necessary for him to assume a position that will also 

allow the offensive wrestler to be able to assume legal starting 

position' 

RULING: The defensive wrestler must assume a position so that he 

IS stationary on his hands and knees, so that both knees are on the 

mat behind and parallel to the rear starting line, and the heels of 

both hands are on the mat in front of the forward starting line The 

elbows will not touch the mat. This position must also allow the 

offensive wrestler to be able to assume a legal starting position 

COMMENTS: This would mean that the defensive wrestler cannot 

flatten himself out on the mat in such a way that the offensive 

wrestler could not apply his hand to the defensive wrestlers navel. 

Also, the defensive wrestlers feet cannot be extended on both 

sides in such a manner to prohibit the offensive wrestler from 

assuming a legal starting position on either the left orthe right side 

of his opponent 

SITUATION #5: In assuming a legal starting position, is it 

permissible for the offensive wrestler to have his foot on the mat. 

breaking the plane on the side of the defensive wrestler? 

RULING: The offensive wrestler cannot hjive any part of his body 

breaking the plane of the defensive wrestler and in contact with the 

mat. This would be a technical violation. 

SITUATION #6: Wrestler A has Wrestler B in a false cradle, and he 

is content in just sitting there and holding Wrestler B in the false 

cradle after he has earned a three point near fall. Should the referee 

call this as a stalemate, a stalling situation, orshould it be ignored'' 

RULING: This type of situation has not been interpreted asstalling 

or a stalemate situation Anytime a contestant is held in this type of 

situation, there has been no violation. 

SITUATION #7: During an injury time-out. the coach of Wrestler A 

breaks open an ammonia capsule for his wrestler. Is this a violation 

of the rule on special medication'' 

RULING: The use of ammonia capsule during competition is not 

considered as a violation concerning the use of special medication 

during a match or time-out. 



SITUATION #8: Is it a headlock anytime the arms encircle the head 
and lock Consider the situation where Wrestler A has a double 
grapevine on Wrestler B and the two wrestlers are belly-to-belly in a 
pinning situation. If Wrestler A reaches under the head of his 
opponent and locks or overlaps his hands to lift his opponent's 
head in order to prevent a bridge, would this be considered as an 
illegal headlock? 

RULING: This is not a headlock as the pressure applied here is 
against the head and is not around it. The pressure here would be 
no different than the pressure applied against the head when using 
a three-quarter Nelson 

SITUATION #9: After the referee raises the hand of Wrestler A at 
the end-of-match procedure. Wrestler A punches Wrestler B and 
the referee calls flagrant misconduct What is the penalty and what 
affect does it have on the mtch that has |ust been concluded'' 
RULING: The Flagrant Misconduct call has no affect on the match 
Itself- Wrestler As team would receive a one pome deduction and 
Wrestler A would be removed from the premises If this occurred in 
tournament competition. Wrestler A would not be allowed to 
participate in any further activities of the tournament A contestant 
so disqualified is not entitled to placement points, but shall be 
credited with advancement and fall points earned prior to the 
incident 

SITUATION #10: When the two contestants are in the neutral 
position. IS It permissible to have a hand on the mat in front of the 
lead foof 

RULING: The neutral starting position requires that each 
contestant have his lead foot on the green or red area of the starting 
lines and the other foot even with or behind the lead foot with no 
part of the body touching the mat in front of the lead foot 
SITUATION #11: What are the restrictions placed on the coach 
while the clock is running and during normal out-of-bounds 
situations'' 

RULING: During this period of time, the coach is to be at the team 
bench It is permissible for the coach to walk behind the team 
bench or when the team bench is located in a bleacher, it is 
permissible for the coach to walk in front of the team area parallel to 
the bleachers. It is not permissible for the coach to approach the 
scorer's table to request that a match be stopped in order to discuss 
a possible misapplication of a rule or to visit with the referee for 
some other authorized reason If a coach does not follow these 
basic guidelines and is interfering with the orderly progress of a 
match, then he shall be penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct 
SITUATION #12: During a tournament match, a coach and his 
assistant are seated in the appropriate chairs at the edge of the mat. 
when the scorer of the team brings a chair up and is seated beside 
the coach and his assistant. 

RULING: This is a violation of the rules concerning team benches, 
which states that during tournament competition a maximum of 
two team personnel will be permitted in the restricted area around 
the mats. This would be in violation of the rule on conduct of 
coaches or non-participating team personnel, and would be 
penalized as unsportsmanlike conduct 

SITUATION #13: During the 126 pound match the following events 
take place: (a) During the first period the head coach approaches 
the scorer's table and requests the match be stopped to discuss a 
misapplication of a rule with the referee (b) The same situation 
takes place in the second period with the assistant coach 
approaching the scorer's table (c) Later on in the second period 
the head coach once again approaches the scorers table 
concerning the misapplication of a rule. In all three situations, the 
official informs the coach that there is no error or misapplication of 
any rule. What is the peanlty assessed to school A' 
RULING: The first time the head coach approaches the scorer's 
table and is incorrect, it is a warning. The second time when the 
assistant coach approaches the scorer's table and is incorrect, 
there would be a deduction of one team point. When the head 
coach once again approaches the scorer's table and is incorrect 
concerning misapplication of a rule, he will be removed from the 
premises The penalty sequence for coaches misconduct is applied 
as a team and not on each individual. 

SITUATION #14: Is it permissible to conduct a 16-bracket 
tournament, including wrestle-backs, in one day'' 
RULING: A normal 16-man bracket, with wrestle-backs, could now 
be conducted in one day. because the rules now allow for five full- 
length matches in any day 

SITUATION #15: In a multiple dual event, what is the time limit 
between any two consecutive matches or an individual? 
RULING: Regardless of whether we are in a tournament situation, 
or a multiple dual event, each wrestler shall have a minimum of a 45 
minute rest period between matches 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1984 



1984-85 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART 1 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 



Rule Book-Page 45 — Question 2 — first sentence of answer 
should read "For a multiple four. 2 free tin rows are awarded for each 
flagrant foul." 

Case Book-Page 30 — Play 4 1 1 — fourth line — Delete "or multiple 
foul." Page 64 — second line — Change "head ball" to "violation " 

SITUATION #1: A1 who was injured has been removed from the 
game and taken from the court to the locker room Substitutes are 
available for replacement Team A requests a time-out after 
approximately 20 seconds of the replacement time has elapsed 
RULING: The time-out may not be granted until the replacement 
has been made. This prohibition eliminates timing the 30-second 
replacement segment within or along with a regular time-out. The 
procedure is similar to that required when replacing a disqualified 
player (5-8-3b: 10-5-1) 

SITUATION #2: A1 commits his or her 5th personal foul. The scorer 
notifies the official who immediately notifies the Team A coach. A1 
curses the official before being notified of the disqualification. 
RULING: A1 is officially a disqualified player when the coach is 
notified. The subsequent foul is a 2-shot technical foul A1 is 
considered to be under the "bench conduct" rule as soon as he or 
she IS officially disqualified The fact that A1 had not been notified 
has no bearing on this interpretation. The technical foul is also 
charged to the Team A coach If Al's foul is judged to be flagrant, 
A1 would be banished from the vicinity of the bench (2-6: 10-4-1c) 
SITUATION #3: A1 has the ball for a throw-in from outside the end 
line near B's basket. The clock shows 1 -second to play in the final 
quarter with Team B leading 65-64. A1 throws the ball the length of 
the court The throw-in hits the floor at A-s free throw line and 
bounces out-of-bounds without being touched by a player of either 
team. The timer is unable to see either official and does not start the 
clock. The Team B coach and bench personnel erroneously believe 
the game is over and run onto the court to celebrate the apparent 
victory Should this action be penalized? 

RULING: No penalty should be levied, if it is judged to be a 
legitimate mistake The conditions were such that whether the 
game had ended or not may not have been clear. The coach and 
other bench personnel should be ordered to return to their bench 
immediately so the game could be ended properly The spirit of the 
rules dictate that no penalty would be assessed in this case. If the 
officials judge the act to be deliberate or intentional, a 2-shot 
technical foul would be called and charged to the coach of Team B. 
(10-4-2) 

SITUATION #4: A1 jumps and releases a try for goal while in the air. 
81 fouls A1 before A1 returns to the floor The foul by B1 is 
committed after A1 has released the ball on the shot. AVs try is; (a) 
successful: or (b) unsuccessful. 

RULING: Whether the goal is scored (a) or not (b), A1 is entitled to 
a one-and-one if in the bonus. If Team A is not in the bonus, it is 
awarded the ball for a throw-in from out-of-bounds nearest to 
where the foul was committed (7-5-3; 10-6 Pen 4. 5a) 
SITUATION #5: Team B is charged with a 2-shot technical foul for 
an excess time-out During this stopped-clock interval, A1 is 
replaced by A6 A1 returns to the game and attempts the 2 free 
throws which are: (a) both successful: or (b) both unsuccessful: or 
(c) one is successful and one is not 

RULING: Once A1 reentered, even illegally, and the ball became 
alive, A1 was a legal player at that point. The resulting action in (a), 
(b) and (c) stands The situation does not come under the 
provisions of the correctable error rule, nor is there any provision 
for penalizing either Team A or A1. (3-3 Ques.1) 
SITUATION #6: Team A scored a field goal with 8 seconds left in 
the game. The score is in B's favor 73-71 The ball is on the floor 
out-of-bounds near the end line. No player of B is in a hurry to get 
the ball. The clock continues to run. Finally, B1 picks up the ball 
with 4 seconds remaining. B1 holds the bail out-of-bounds and 
time expires. Did the covering official handle the situation 
properly'' 

RULING: No. The official should have started the 5-second count 
when the ball was available to Team B whether or not it was picked 
up If the ball is not available because it is under a bleacher or has 
rolled away, the official should stop the clock and retrieve the ball 
and then award it to B1 for a throw-m. (7-5-5; 7-6) 
SITUATION #7: A6 enters the game wearing an illegal number. The 
officials fail to detect this and A6 competes and subsequently 
leaves the game. Later on, A6 again returns. The referee detects the 
infraction before the ball becomes alive. 

RULING: A6 is charged with a technical foul. Once A6 has been 
penalized, he or she can then play the rest of the game without 
further penalty for that specific infraction. If A6had remained in the 



game originally or had not returned, no foul could have been 
charged for wearing an illegal number. (10-3-4) 
SITUATION #8: Airborne A1 is fouled in the act of shooting by B1. 
Al releases the ball after the foul and it goes through the basket. 
Airborne shooter Al fouls B2.. 

RULING: This is a false double foul. No basket as Al's foul is a 
player control foul. Players are not allowed along the lane for Al 's 2 
throws. If Al's last throw is successful. Team B will be awarded the 
ball for a throw-m anywhere along the end line. If the last throw by 
Al is unsuccessful, the throw-in fof' B will be from a designated 
spot out-of-bounds nearest to where ATs foul occurred. (4-1-4; 6- 
7-4, 7-5-7) 

SITUATION #9: At As basket, the ball enters the net from below 
and passes through the basket: (a) the officials do not know 
whether a player of Team A or Team B was responsible; or (b) the 
ball entered the basket after Al s pass was deflected by 81 ; or (c) 
Al and 81 touched the ball simultaneously before it entered the 
basket 

RULING: The ball becomes dead when it enters from below and 
passes through. In (a), a jump ball will follow at the nearest circle 
between any 2 opponents. In (b), it is As ball for a throw-in. as 81 
caused the violation. In (c). a |ump ball will follow at the nearest 
circle between Al and 81. (6-3-5; 9-4) 

SITUATION #10: Al is fouled and falls to the floor. The coach Is 
beckoned onto the court, as it appears that Al is injured. The coach 
quickly advises the referee that Al will be unable to attempt the 2 
free throws resulting from the foul, and that Al will be taken out of 
the game A6 reports and replaces Al A6 makes both attempts. Al 
reports to reenter for A6: (a) before Team 8 has the ball for the 
throw-in; or (b) after a 5-second throw-in violation by 81; or (c) 
after 81 is called for a traveling violation shortly after the throw-in. 
RULING: The substitution is not allowed in (a) or (b), as the clock 
has not run since Al left the game. In (c), the substitution is 
allowed (3-3-2) 

COSflMENT: It may appear to some that the coach took Al out of 
the game in order to get a better shooter in to attempt the 2 free 
throws. In most cases, this is not true. If Al had remained in the 
game. Team A would have been charged with a time-out. 
Realistically, in many cases, the coach would rather keep the 
player in the game if he or she is able to continue, than have a 
substitute shoot the free throw(s)- Present rules coverage almost 
dictates that, once the coach or a team attendant is beckoned onto 
the court to aid a potentially injured player, that player is going to 
be taken out of the game to avoid a time-out The fact that a free 
throw(s) is also involved does not change this procedure. 
SITUATION #11: Al is fouled in the act of shooting and there is 
danger of injury. Al momentarily grasps the: (a) net; or (b) basket 
flange 

RULING: Legal. The intent of the rule is to allow the fouled player to 
momentarily grasp any part of the basket to prevent injury. 
SITUATION #12: Al is fouled near the end of the game. 
Erroneously, Team A is awarded the ball for a throw-in. even 
though the bonu is in effect. ATs throw-in is intercepted by 81 who 
drives for a score and time expires as the successful try is in flight. 
Team 8 leads 67-66. The Team A coach informs the referee of the 
error before the final score is approved. d Is the error correctable? 
RULING: Yes The game is not over until the final score is 
approved. The error is corrected by awarding Al a one-and-one 
opportunity. The results of the free throw(s) will determine the 
winning team or whether an overtime is necessary (2-3-5. 2-10-1) 
SITUATION #13: Al is fouled by 81. The scorer erroneously 
indicates 5 fouls on 81 . The official properly notifies the coach and 
B1 . 81 reacts negatively when told that he or she has 5 fouls. The 
official calls a technical foul on 81 . The foul is also charged to the 
coach. Team A is in the bonus. As Al steps to the foul line and 
before the official hands the ball, the scorer signals the referee to 
confer at the table. The scorer reports that an error was made and 
81 has 4 fouls instead of 5. 

RULING: 81 is eligible to return to the game immeditely. The 
technical foul charged to 81 cannot be changed or canceled. The 
technical charged to the coach is canceled, as 81 was not a 
disqualified player, and thus did not come under the "bench 
personnel" coverage. (2-11-6: 10-3-9 Pen.; 10-4-1 Pen.) 
SITUATION #14: Al is fouled in the act of shooting. The try is 
successful. A2 and 81 simultaneously foul each other while Al's 
free throw is in flight. The free throw is: (a) successful; or (b) 
unsuccessful. 

RULING: The double foul does not cause the ball to become dead 
unto the attempt is either made as in (a) or missed as in (b). The 
double foul by A2 and 81 results in a center circule jump between 
any 2 opponents. This is a false double foul situation. (6-2-2; 6-7-7 
Exp. a) 




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Kentucky High Sctnool Attiletic Association 
P.O. Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



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U.S. Postage 

PAID 
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In Memoriam 

Louis J. "Butch" Charmoli 

1905-1984 



Official Publication of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




IChiVibhR 198- 



$1.00 



DELEGATE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS 



Members of the Delegate Assembly at the forthcoming 1984 annual meeting of the Association were elected by the Board 
appointed state representatives of the K.H.S.A.A. There were several ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. These ties 
were broken recently, with the delegates and alternates determined by lot. Article IV, Section 2-c, of the Constitution states 
in the last sentence, "If the duly elected delegate or alternate does not answer the roll call at the annual meeting of the 
Delegate Assembly, the district shall remain not represented". The names of the district representatives are as follows: 





DISTRICT 

1 


DELEGATE 

Ray Wilson 


ALTERNATE 

H.D Brady 






2 


Don Werner 


Tom Lane 




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3 


Al Colley, Jr. 


Linnard Gibson 




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4 


Ralph Colby 


Bill Wells 




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5 


Buddy Nichols 


James Miller 




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6 


Howard Crittenden 


Richard Vincent 




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7 


Jan Ireland 


Lige Shadowen 




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8 


Marshall Patterson 


Dan Sunberg 




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9 


Ken Baughn 


Waymond Morris 




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10 


Jim Price 


Alan Miller 






11 


Ed Belcher 


Rob Cox 






12 


Dr. Donald Hayes 


Jake Russell 


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13 


Norm Weaver 


Mark Allen 






14 


Joe Watkins 


Fred Carter 






15 


Bennie Keen 


Royce Hood 






16 


Jerome Taylor 


Ronnie Skipworth 






17 


Don McKinney 


William Kelley 






18 


Jerry Taylor 


Waymon Dennison 






19 


W Virgil Chambers 


Jude Talbott 






20 


Charles Crawley 


Charlie Lampley 






21 


William Gnffith 


Charles Weathers 






22 


Nelson Nunn 


Bryon Bell 






23 


Dan Sheppard 


Tasso Harris 






24 


Mike McDaniel 


Jim Watkins 






25 


Jim Reuther 


Jay Levine 






26 


John Whiting 


Darrell Fox 






27 


J.V. Reschar, Sr. 


J.M. Sexton 






28 


Jim Reuther 


Jim Swart 






29 


Bob Wagoner 


Jim Huggins 






30 


Darrell Tereece 


Sam Chandler 






31 


Wayne Scudder 


Bob Hoggard 






32 


John Brill 


Tom Taylor 






33 


Owen Hauck 


Carlton Anderson 






34 


Bob Logsdon 


Jack Kaelin 






35 


Robert Schnieder 


Carl Foster 






36 


Ray lies 


Tim Barrow 






37 


David McMillan 


Homer Coins 






38 


Larry G. Sutton 


Mack Wallace 






39 


Kirby Wright 


John O'Cull 






40 


Danny Click 


Bill Beard 






41 


Don Hines 


Fred Simpson 






42 


Mike Lamb 


Frank Conyers 






43 


Karen Vanover 


Don Harville 






44 


Ed Miracle 


Shirley Kearns 






45 


Michael Chandler 


Jack Portwood 






46 


Jimmy Gash 


Larry Yeager 






47 


Herbert Davis 


Eldon Davidson 






48 


Forrest Stafford 


Carl Patton 






49 


Ray Lakes 


Bob Keith 






50 


Andy Dunn 


James M. Davis 






51 


Mike Parker 


Tom Stapleton 






52 


Bob Morris 


Josh Hensley 






53 


William Halliburton Greer 


Homer Brown 






54 


Harold Combs 


Pat Wooten 






55 


Bill Toler 


Carson Slone 






56 


Michael Chandler 


Randall Spencer 






57 


J. A. Haney 


John Williams 






58 










59 










60 . 


Jerry W. Childers 


Kenneth 0. Quinn 






■ 61 


John Johnston 


George Bellamy 






62 


Mike Stratton 


Scotty Johnson 






63 


John Stevens 


Lafe Walter 






64 


Glenn A. Riedel 


Randy Williams 





The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLVII, NO. 5 



DECEMBER, 1984 



$5.00 PER YEAR 



In Memory 
of 
L.J. "Butch" Charmoli 
1905-1984 



by 
Julian Tackett 



Kentucky high school athletics lost a bit of its heritage 
and one of its true friends and supporters with the death of 
LJ. "Butch" Charmoli on December 2, 1984. Charmoli who 
spent 35 of his 44 years in education at duPont Manual 
High School in Louisville serving as a teacher, coach and 
athletic director, had been III for several months prior to his 
death. 

Charmoli's career began in 1928 with his appointment as 
a teacher at Southern Junior High in Louisville. He left 
Southern in 1937 to join the staff at Manual and began his 
athletic involvement the next year accepting a position on 
the football staff as an assistant coach. Butch spent the 
rest of his career at Manual, a career which saw many 
changes and innovations in athletics in Jefferson County 
and throughout the state. 

One of the major innovations during Charmoli's career 
was the institution of the Louisville Invitational 
Tournament, an event which to this day is one of the most 
prestigious invitational tournaments in the state and the 
nation. Later in his career, Charmoli was instrumental in 
the formation of the Kentuclny High School Athletic 
Directors Association, an organization designed to help 
foster goodwill and the exhange of helpful ideas between 
schools and their athletic departments. 

Charmoli's death brought many expressions of 
sympathy from his former players, friends and colleagues 
throughout the country as well as bringing back many 
fond memories. The story perhaps recounted more than 
any is that of former track star Sherman Lewis, currently 
coach of the running backs for the San Francisco 49ers. 
Lewis was in Lexington for the state track meet during his 
junior year of high school and was refused service in a 
local restaurant because of his race. "That had never 
happened to me before," Lewis told Courier Journal 
columnist Earl Cox. Although the incident was especially 
appalling to Charmoli, he was able to persuade Lewis to 
stay in Lexington and complete the meet. The next year, 
Lewis put on a dazzling display of talent as he captured the 
100 and 220 yard dashes and anchored a winning relay 
team. This was a very special moment of redemption for 
Lewis and he was especially proud to present Coach 
Charmoli with the Championship trophy for the team. 

Charmoli's contributions to athletics at the state level 
were also great. His work with the Sweet 16 Boys State 
High School Basketball Tournament spanned some 25 
years as he served as Assistant Manager of the event in a 
time period when it became the finest state high school 
tournament in the nation. He served as Assistant Manager 
of the State Football Championships for over 20 years as 
well as assisting the K.H.S.A.A. for over 25 years with the 
state track meet. In 1980, Charmoli was awarded the 
Distinguished Service Award by the National 
Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association, an 
honor that was a culmination of many of his efforts. 



His funeral in Louisville resembled a Who's Who in 
Kentucky high school athletics as many of the prominent 
athletic directors, coaches, and athletic administrators 
from around the state attended the service and several 
served as pallbearers or honorary bearers. George Sauer, 
Athletic Director for the Jefferson County Schools, 
recounted a story of Charmoli's attendance at a football 
game between Michigan State and Purdue in which two of 
his former players at Manual, Sherman Lewis at Michigan 
State and Pete Dudgeon of Purdue, were captains of the 
teams. When the teams went to midfield for the com toss, 
Charmoli said, "those are MY boys " 

"His boys" were many, and they are scattered 
throughout the country now. But each one of them as well 
as each person who worked with Butch, had to stop for a 
moment on December 2, and remember the man so many 
of them knew simply as "Coach". Lewis summarized many 
of their feelings when he said, "he was a great man who 
meant a lot to me He had more influence on me than 
anyone else "' 



^M 



SWIMMING REGIONAL SITES 
FEBRUARY 8TH & 9TH, 1985 



Northern Kentucky 
Manager 

Central Kentucky - 
Cahill, Manager 



Scott High School, Dave Webb, 



Eastern Kenucky University, Tim 



Western Kentucky - Elizabethtown High School, Joel 
Cyganizwicz, Manager. 

Louisville - Lakeside, Jack Thompson, Manager. 

STATE SWIMMING MEET -E.K.U., Richmond, Kentucky, 
February 23rd & 24th, 1985. Starting Times: Friday, 
February 23rd, 10:30 a.m. (preliminaries); Saturday, 
February 24th, 10:45 a.m. (finals); Manager, Tim Cahill. 

I mmm. rarag^i I 

ATTENTION BASEBALL COACHES 



All baseball schools that belong to 
local baseball associations should 
have their game dates and sites in 
the hands of their assigning secretary by March 1. 



@ 




The Board of Control. Executive Board and KHSAA staff 
wish to express their appreciation to administrators, 
athletic directors, coaches, officials and sponsors for their 
cooperation and assistance in administering and directing 
the athletic program. May each of you have a very MERRY 
CHRISTMAS and a NEW YEAR filled with success and 
happiness! 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1984 



1984 KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS 
Finals-Fairgrounds Stadium, Louisville, Ky. 



1-1-2 at RusselMlle 



11-2-1 Ky. Country Day 



II-2-2 at Carroll County 



IV 1-1 Hsrian 





IV-1-2 al PIneville 


21 


IV-2-1 Phelps 


22 


IV-2-2 »l PIkevlMe 


«6 



Russellvllle 


27 


1-2 al Campbellsvllle 


11-1 Paris 


26 


At Carroll County 6 


III-1 Beechwood 


12 


111-2 al Haceland 


PInevilte 


13 


at PIkevllle 


25 



AA 



1-2 at Todd County CenUat 



11-1-1 Glasgow 






41 


11-1-2 al Green Co 


jnty 




6 


11-2-1 Fort Knoi 






14 


11-2-2 al Waahlnglo 


nCo 


unty 


. 



1V-1-1 Boyle County 



IV-1-2 al Somerset 



IV-2-1 Hazard 



IV-2-2 at Prestonsburg 



III-1 Newport Central Caltiollc 


21 


Newport Central Catholic 









17 


III-2 at Rowan County 


at Somerset 





Somerset 


67 




25 


at Hazard 







Newport Central Catholic 12 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1984 



PAGE THREE 



1984 KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS 
Finals-Fairgrounds Stadium, Louisville, Ky. 



AAA 



1-2 at Barren Counly 



ll-1-t Meade Counly 26 



1-1-2 at Taylor Counly 13 



11-2 al Monlgomery Counly 12 



111-1-1 Covinglon Catholic 


21 


IIM -2 al Newport 14 


Ml-2-1 Cawood 6 


III-2-2 at Danville 


27 



Hopktn 


vllle 


7 


Hopklnsvill 






e Cou 


nly 6 


6 




al Mea 


Fa 


rgrounds Stadium 













Covington Catholic 





Danville 








13 


al Danville 


at Russell 9 


IV-1 Clay County 


20 




33 


IV-2 at Russell 







AAAA 



1-1 Christian County 


13 


1-2 at Daviess County 6 


11-1 North Hardin 


11-2 at Oldham Counly 


15 


111-1 Lafayette 


21 


IM-2 al Madison Central 


7 


IV-1 Dixie Heights 


10 


IV-2 at Ashland Blazer 9 


DS»2 W Moore 


7 


DSal RU Valley 3 


DSM W Trinity 





DSIt3 RU SI. Xavler 


20 


DS»3 W Male 8 


0S»4 RU Ballard 


,. 


0SB1 W Pleasure Ridge Park 


DS«2 RU Southern 


6 



Christian County 


e 


at Oldham Counly 





Lalayelte 


29 


at Dixie Heights 12 


Moore 8 


SI. Xavler 


34 


Ballard 7 


Southern 2 



Christian Counly 



Christian County 



Jellerson County 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1984 



BEECHWOOD 
CLASS A CHAMPION 




First Row (L to R): Chris Thurman, IVIike Brophy, Jeff Gregory, David IMerse, Bob Williams, Tony Prococcino, diaries 
Mescher. Second Row: Phil Dietz, John Middleton, Mike Etier, Andy Scott, Ted Cardosi, David Shirden, Randy 
IVIassie, Jay Winstel. Third Row: Mike Ward, Pat Harney, Coach Prococcino, Coach Murray, Coach Barre, Coach 
Rauch, Coach Brown, Matt Bohmer, Dwight Schell. Fourth Row: Andy Chappie, Kelly Erdman, Adam Boerger, Eric 
Schlinger, Chuck Radenheimer, J.B. Becker, Rod Miller, Mickey Trusty, Chris Bowling. Fifth Row: Kelly Burns, David 
Sullivan, Joe Wiehoff, Matt Richardson, Jason Braun, John Berger, Brady Burns, Henry Bucklen. Sixth Row: Scot 
Tackett, Mark Schweitzer, Steve Ahlers, Steve Vogelpohl, Darrin Rump, Brian Warner, Rob Bacigalupo. 



PARIS 
CLASS A RUNNER-UP 



TIMF 



GUESTS 








First Row (L to R): Brad Case, M. Bannister, M. Richardson, J. Million, S. Ouigley, M. McMahon, S. Kendall, C. Huduall, 
J. Fay, M. Williams. Second Row: B. Wagoner, M. Bishop, P. English, C. Sousley, J. Marks, K. Jones, P. Humphrey, M. 
Laythen, P. Little, B. Mitchell, J. Turner, S. Carpenter, G. Brown. Third Row: G. Harp, D. Henry, L. Fomas, D. Brooks, B. 
Henry, T. Earlywine, W. Shriver, D. Rankin, T. Skeen, L. Harris, J. McMahon, R. Chenault, M. Brady, S. Brady. Fourth 
Row: C. Burke, F. Whitney, R. Marler, D. Roe, S. Hawkins, T. Mann, R. Yazell, S. Whitaker, B. Hudnall, E. Steward, D. 
Smart. Fifth Row: H. Poston, K. Baber, D. Turner, B. Chumbley, C. Redwine, H. Sherman, C. Marks, C. Haney, E. 
Chumbley, M. Crain. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1984 



PAGE FIVE 



NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC 
CLASS AA CHAMPION 











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First Row (L to R): J. Blanchet, M. Verst, E. Thomas, M. Giles, R. Bartli, J. Schumacher, K. Burl<art, T. Briclding, B. 
Vogt, J. Cain, G. Gabbard, E. Gearding, P. Richardson, B. Adams. Second Row: M. Twehues, G. Schneider, D. Verst, 
Allen, R. Lemkuhl, B. Vise, F. Pangallo, T. Meyer, R. Woltermann, C. Allen, B. Haigis, G. Harvey, M. Landrum. Third 
Row:S. Crawford, B. Hogan.T. Webster, S. Combs, L. Schweinefus, G. Eten, G. Kremer, M.Ruschman,D.Neltner, J. 
Zimmerman, B. Murphy, J. Brady, R. Messmer. Fourth Row: J. Hardy, B. Twehues, S. Weber, D. Pelgen, W. Johnson, 
B. Birkenhauer, B. Dill, K. Bertsch, A. Shaw, C. Spangler, C. Hennigan, M. Berkemeyer. Fifth Row: S. Berberich, F. 
Jacobs, J. Kline, R. Dawn, C. Combs, A. Yeager, K. Hogan, T. Bischoff, M. Faeth, S. Richardson, T. Schenck, K. 
Hennigan. 

FORT KNOX 
CLASS AA RUNNER-UP 






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First Row (L to R): James Webb, Chris Frey, David Webb, Herb Stelgleman, Bob Phillips, Charles Pierson, Ralph 
Williams, Darren Bilberry, Paul Minter, Rodney Henry, Duane Watson, Cecil Lawrence, David Emond. Second Row: 
Dan Robson, Eric Thompson, Mike Moore, Shawn Coles, Tom Cote, David Guevara, Burt Boice, Tommy Smith, Kevin 
Spencer, Tom Divine, Kenneth Taylor, Willie Roland, Tim Speedy, Tom O'Neal, Adren O'Bannon. Third Row: Charles 
Harmon, Pat Williams, Alex Keolian, John Gaffney, Rodney Thomas, Marcus Taylor, Alvin Simpson, Maurice 
Lawrence, George Eskridge, Tom Anderson, Geron Rogers, Kela Stewart, Skip Paynter, Jim Bates. Fourth Row: 
Richard Beck, Pat Mitchell, Dan Jennings, Craig Lawrence, James Landrum, Mike Tolliver, Conrad Thomas, Eddie 
Thomas, Ken Moore, Will Duncan, Malcolm Gass, Darrin Spencer, Ezell Eaddy, Steve Price, John Binger, David 
Sharp. Fifth Row: Coaches: Mike McCoy, Steve Duncan, Joe Dickerson, Joe Jaggers (Head), Gary Thompson, Joe 
Washington. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1984 



DANVILLE 
CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




First Row (L to R): Duffer Duffy, Amy Grant, Chris Wiften, Steve Clevenger, Joey Sallee, Tony Wall<er, Dan Matheny, 
Glenn Caldwell, Kim Terry. Second Row: Jimmy Baughman, Tabb Spoonamore, Jeff Lancaster, Eric Alcorn, Allen 
Bozarth, Tim McDaniels Charles Atmore, X, Jerry Leathers, Billy Rankin. Third Row: Denise Durham, Buck Dye, 
Bernard Brant, Ken Young, Scrapper Letcher, Tom Duffy, Mike Swain, David McAfee, Jay Reynolds, Frank Amandro, 
Jodi Braunecker. Fourth Row: Noel Richardt, Ronnie Chenault, Jeff Edwards, Jeff Alcorn, V.C. Alcorn, Ronnie 
Critchfield, Myrone Fortune, Fifth Row: Philip Dadisman, John Oliver, Keth Morgan, Doodle Selby, Mike Swain. 



HOPKINSVILLE 
CLASS AAA RUNNER-UP 




First Row (L to R): Sean Waddell, Aaron Herring, Kurt Whipple, Bobby Goode, Gary Crunk, Cory McKee, Ricky 
Nelson, Terry Duncan. Second Row: Mike Sweeden, Tim Fleming, Jeff Radford, Travis Moore, Gartha Herring, Rusty 
Sisk, Marty Calvert, John Smithson, Mark Spader, Kahle Mooris. Third Row: Manager-Jason Wimsatt, Bob Bussell, 
Chris Hamby, J.B. Runyon, Eddie Person, Ross Binkley, Carm McKissick, Kenny Shelton, Chris Neal. Fourth Row: 
Jason Scruggs, Aaron Bronaugh, Steve Evans, Brell Caddrette, David Buchanan, David East, Rodney Thomas, 
Dennis Folz, John Curtis, Johnny Brown. Fifth Row: Eric Johnson, Jeff Henry, James Boyd, Greg Burse, Chester 
Scott, Roger Holloway, Marion Gee, Danny Brinlee, Joey Brenner, Jeff Francis. Sixth Row: Robert Ladd, Kelvin 
Catlett, Chris Crutchfield, Tony Henry, Charles Poston, Chuck Hughes, Steve Kelley, Phillip Vernon, Rob Turner. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1984 



PAGE SEVEN 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY 
CLASS AAAA CHAMPION 




First Row (L to R): Arnold Brunson, Jimmy Perrin, Jamel IVIayo, IVIike Jones, John Major, Bill Lafferty, Tim Weaver, 
McKay Fears, Terry Redd, Terry Suttles. Second Row: Mack Major, Ed Green, Frank Bland, Terry Quarles, Ctiuck 
Alston, David Dyer, Curtis Brame, Jeff Hood, Robert Sanders, Jeff West. Third Row: Marvin Taylor, Mgr., Bryan Grant, 
Lament Peterson, Tim Tooley, Bob Quarles, Tim Bumpus, Chris Babb, Kevin Cansler, Ken Northingfon, Terry Babb, 
Rod Horgain. Fourth Row: Charlie Carpenter, Mgr., Terry Johnson, Daniel Carlson, Brad Swinney, David Haxton, Ed 
Moore, Carl Hobson, Jamie Jones, Joe Foster, Eric Williams, Mike Sharber, Shawn Forbes. Fifth Row: Will Southern, 
Chris Lancaster, Trevor Herndon, Randy Hill, Mike Petty, Greg Baker, Marshall Gray, Greg Dooley, Lee Towery, 
Marcus Turnley, Jerry Bussed. Sixth Row: James White, Mgr., Rusty Nixon, Frank Black, Brent Ray, Jay Stone, Phillip 
Stone, James Victor, Cal Shemwell, Jeff Dawson, Joe Folz, Shawn Green. Seventh Row: James Humphries, Mgr., Kip 
White, Ed Leavell, Dirk MacTavish, Derrick Hickman, Terrance Moore, Scotty Williams, Bill Silvey, Greg Coleman, 
Leon Bussell, Hugh Davenport. 

BALLARD 
CLASS AAAA RUNNER-UP 




Front Row (L to R): T. Gill, J. Poindexter, D. Hitt, S. Lutz, J. Crain, P. Jones, J. Atkins. Second Row: J. Bitting, T. 
Kendrick, P. Petrey, E. Crigler, M. Ford, B. Shelby, B. Herrmann, D. Githens. Third Row: J. Allen, J. Taylor, P. 
McDowell, H. Cooper, T. Overall, N. Al-Bilali, L. Butler, A. Owens, J. Hamilton. Fourth Row: J. McHaney, C. Peoples, 
K. Dix, F. Schanz, J. Coates, J. Rhodes, G. Hall, T. Sutton, G. Polk, B. Hacker, A. Rice. Fifth Row: B. Arnold, M. Dorsey, 
D. Ellis, T. Adams, R. Hukle, D. Lindell, R. Fitschen, J. Grief, J. Jones, M. Eyre, V. Edwards, M. Turner. Sixth Row: D. 
Delaney, J. Howard, J. Pennick, S. Borders, L. Bianconcini, C. Collins, K. Fagan, S. Gordon, T. Cohen, C. Croft, J. 
Barnsfather, D. Brown, A. Wheeler. Seventh Row: Todd Hoyer, Mike Richardson, Curt Snively, John Pierce. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1984 



1984-85 K.H.S.A.A. MEMBERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND 
REGIONS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 



REGION I 



D. 1 



D. 2 



D. 3 



D. 4 



School 

Carlisle County 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Hickman County 

Ballard Memorial 

Heath 

Lone Oak 

Paducati Tilghman 

Reidland 

St. Mary 

Fancy Farm 

Farmington 

Lowes 

Sedalia 

Symsonia 

Wingo 

Calloway County 

Marstiall County 

Mayfield 

Murray 



Address 

Bardwell 42023 
Fulton 42041 
Hickman 42050 
CImton 42031 
Barlow 42024 
West Paducati 42086 
Paducati 40021 
Paducati 42001 
Paducati 42001 
Paducati 42001 
Fancy Farm 42039 
Farmmgton 42040 
Lowes 42061 
Sedalia 42079 
Symsonia 42082 
Wingo 42088 
Murray 42071 
Benton 42025 
Mayfield 42066 
Murray 42071 



Principal 

Burley Mattiis 
H B, Brady 
Richard Wilkerson 
Ray Curtis Wilson 
Bob Rogers 
Don Werner 
Thomas Stephenson 
Jerry L Harris 
Don Rudolph 
Rev Carroll Wheatley 
Donald M Jones 
Al Colley 
Charles W. Ford 
Jimmy Wiggins 
Linnard Gibson 
Donald Spicer 
Jerry AInley 
Gene Brooks 
Ralph Colby 
Bill Wells 



Boys' Coach 

Steve Dreher 
David Elliott 
Robert Slone 
Mark Cooper 
B. B. Kendrick 
Charlie Hopkins 
Steve Speed 
Berny Miller 
Joe Mathis 
Larry Hopper 
Eddie Armstrong 
Louis Sims 
Jim Long 
Ken Wray 
Steve Dresher 
Wayne Wadlmgton 
Jack Pack 
Alan Hatcher 
Roger Fields 
Gary Miller 



Girls' Coach 

Frank Brazzell 
Wayne Lohaus 

Gerald Vaughn 
B.B. Kendrick 
Bobby Noles 
Cliff Owen 
David Roof 
Gary Cunningham 
Richard Durbin 
Phillip Forester 
Joe Warren 
Linda Holland 
Billy Kinsey 
Belinda Hawkins 
Judy Gates 
John Orr 
Howard Beth 
Lanny Lancaster 
Jimmy Herrell 



REGION II 



D. 5 

D. 6 
D. 7 
D. 8 



Caldwell County 
Crittenden County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 
Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 
Dawson Springs 
Madisonville - N H 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 
Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
University Heights 
Academy 



Princeton 42445 
Marion 42064 
Burna 42028 
Eddyville 42038 
Cadiz 42211 
Henderson 42420 
Providence 42450 
Morganfield 42437 
Dixon 42409 
Dawson Springs 42408 
Madisonville 42431 
Nortonville 42442 
Nebo 42441 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Ft Campbell 42223 
Hopkinsville 42240 

Hopkinsville 



James K Miller 
Clinton D Kirk 
Kenneth T. Hardin 
Buddy L, Nichols 
August Pisa 
Howard R. Crittenden 
J,W Ballard 
Richard Vincent 
Bob Gillaspie 
Philip D. Back 
Floyd Brown 
William H, Dunning 
Gary Morgan 
Barney Thweatt 
Bill R. Perry 
Harold Wood 

Robert C Baker 



Harry Byrd 
Hugh Highfil 
Don RingstafI 

Ray Maggard 
Bill Loney 

Tris Kington 
John D Wilson 
Philip D, Back 
Don Parson 
Lonnie Burgett 
Jim Beshear 
Lyie Dunbar 
Tim McDougle 
Daryl Hallmark 

Roy Woolum 



William Fralick 
Jimmy Kroft 
Larry Lock 
Carroll Wadlmgton 
George Radford 
Jerry Mezur 

Gerald Tabor 
Phil Gibson 
Mark Adams 
Teresa Ashby 
Mark Rutledge 
Doug Harris 
Lynn Colley 
Kenneth Killebrew 
Bob McCord 

Roy Woolum 



REGION III 



D. 9 



D. 10 



D. 11 



D. 12 



Apollo 

Daviess County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 
Bremen 
Central City 
Drakes boro 
Graham 
Greenville 
Hughes-Kirk 
Muhlenberg Central 
Breckinridge County 
Frederick Fraize 
Hancock County 
St. Romuald 
Trinity 
Fordsville 
Grayson County 
Ohio County 
McLean County 



Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Bremen 42325 
Central City 42330 
Drakesboro 42337 
Graham 42344 
Greenville 42345 
Beechmont 42372 
Powderly 42367 
Harned 40144 
Cloverport 40111 
Lewisport 42351 
Hardinsburg 40143 
Whitesville 42378 
Fordsville 42343 
Leitchfield 42754 
Hartford 42347 
Calhoun 42327 



Kenny Baughn 

Waymond Morris 

Bill Van Winkle 

Rev J. Edward Bradley 

Ken Arbuckle 

Jim Wilcox 

David Holland 

Carl R. Sparks 

Charles Summers 

Allen J Miller 

Perry F. Hill 

Rob Cox 

Ed Belcher 

Herbert S. Young 

Joe Mancini 

Chris Cameron 

Dr. Leonard Ralph 

Teddy White 

Walter Freeman, Jr. 

Donald Hayes 



John Whitmer 
Mike West 
Randy Embry 
Jim Mueller 
Bryan Whitaker 
Tony Hopper 
Robie Harper 
Taylor Sparks 
Steve Barringer 
Randy Ursery 
Dale Todd 

David Buchele 
Don Unruh 
George Spirek 
Mark Adams 

Charles Grain 
Don Hoskins 
Rick Johnson 



Willis McClure 

Jerry Rhodes 
Mike Reeves 
Barry Barnes 
Tom Kirkpatrick 

Frank Haneline 
Linda Donavon 
Terry Shutt 
Sam Sparks 



David Cowden 
Joe Mancini 



Mike Geary 
Charles Albin 
Rick Reeves 



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PAGE NINE 



REGION IV 



D. 13 



D. 14 



D. 15 



D. 16 



Butler County 
Logan County 
Russellville 
Todd Central 
Bowling Green 
Franklin-Simpson 
Warren Central 
Warren East 
Allen County 
Barren County 
Edmonson County 
Glasgow 
Clinton County 
Cumberland County 
Gamaliel 
Metcalfe County 
Tompkinsville 



Morgantown 42261 
Russellville 42276 
Russellville 42276 
Elkton 42220 
Bowling Green 42101 
Franklin 42134 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Scottsville 42164 
Glasgow 42141 
Brownsville 42210 
Glasgow 42141 
Albany 42602 
Burkesville 42717 
Gamaliel 42140 
Edmonton 42129 
Tompkinsville 42167 



David Stephens 
Howard Gorrell 
Wallace Mason 
Andrew Renick 
W. A, Franklin 
Frank Cardwell 
David D. Crowe 
Joe Watkins 
Bennie Keen 
James Coomer 
Johnny Vincent 
John W, McCarley 
Howard Owens 
Ronnie Skipworth 
Jerome Taylor 
Hurshel Toms 
Prentice Stanford 



J Norm Weaver 
Gerald Sinclair 

Fred Harper 
Jim Faulkner 
Wendell Brown 
Curtis Turley 
Tommy Compton 
Wendell Brown 
Tom Crews 
Norm Weaver 
Bobby Cook 

David Wells 
Billy Murphy 



Gary Wallace 
Jim Thompson 
Matt Tipton 

Clarence Thomas 

Vanous Lloyd 
Fred Carter 
David Younq 
Joseph Downs 
Billy Clemmons 
Terry Flatt 
David McFarland 
Tom Watson 

Gary Richardson 
Bill McClendon 



REGION V 



D. 17 

D. 18 
D. 19 
D. 20 



East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 
Caverna 
Green County 
Hart County 
LaRue County 
Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington County 
Adair County 
Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Fort Knox 40121 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radcliff 40160 
Stephensburg 42781 
Horse Cave 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgeville 42748 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 
Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 42718 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



Don McKinney 

Charles M Rawlings 

William S Johns 

Vernon K Wilson 

Ray Story 

Bill Kelley 

J. Leiand Clack 

Forrest Kelly 

Waymon Denison 

Corkey Cox 

Jude Talbott 

Sister Margaret Willis 

John Snider 

W. Virgil Chambers 

George Critz 

Charles T. Richardson 

Charles Crawley 

Donald L Skaggs 



Bo OBrien 
Gary French 
Lee Bishop 
Larry Miller 
Dwayne Ellis 
Harry Wright 

Carl Deaton 
Terry Martin 
Roy McKamey 
Tom Williams 
Bev Hart 

Randal Robertson 
Charles Simpson 
Keith Young 
Sam Karr 

Fred Waddle 



Kenneth Rucker 
Robert Shearer 
Junie Jones 
Bob Pollock 
Pat Tully 
Kenny Lane 

David Spachman 
Jerry Taylor 
Joe Newton 
Roland Williams 
Gary Kidwell 
Minor Harmon 
Bill Newton 
Greg Bardin 
Cathy Settles 
Beverly Roby 
Rollin McQueary 



REGION VI 



D. 


21 


Central 






Lot 


lisvi 


ille 40203 


Ellis Perry, Jr. 


Robert L. Grave 






Portland Chr 


■isti 


an 


LOL 


liSV 


lie 40212 


Ted Hardin 








Presentation 


Academy 


LOL 


liSV 


ille 40203 


Sr. Maureen Coughlin 








Shawnee 






LOL 


liSVI 


ille 40212 


George Carson 


Estil Griffis 


D. 


22 


Holy Cross 






LOL 


IISVI 


Ille 40216 


Ted Pearce 


Bill Yates 






Butler 






Lou 


isvi 


lie 40216 


Byron H. Bell 


Mike Durham 






Pleasure Ridge 


Park 


Louisvi 


lie 40258 


Charles Miller 


Dale Mabrey 






Western 






Lou 


lisvi 


lie 40216 


John D. Brown 


Bobby Jones 


D. 


23 


Beth Haven i 


Chi 


'istian 


Lou 


isvi 


lie 40272 


John Russell 








Doss 






Lou 


ISVi 


lie 40214 


Stanley Whitaker 


Leon Mudd 






Fairdale 






Fairdale 40118 


John Turner 


Stanley Hardin 






Valley 






Vail 


ley 


Station 40272 


Thomas McCarthy 


Fred Copass 


D. 


24 


DeSales 






LOL 


IISVI 


116 40214 


Ray Rieber 


Mike Campbell 






Evangel 






LOL 


IISV 


lie 40219 


Waymon Jones 


George Clark 






Holy Rosary 






Lot 


liSVI 


lie 40214 


Beverly McAuliffe 








Iroquois 






LOL 


liSVI 


lie 40215 


Harry Tibbs 


Charles Moore 






Southern 






LOL 


liSVI 


Ille 40219 


James Burch 


Steve Kinney 



Lou Wheeler 

Jim Protenic 
Leonard Coulter 
Ray Koch 
Mike Johnson 
Larry Pack 



Elizabeth Thornberry 
Robert Durham 

Kim Roberts 
Bill Young 
Von Macklin 
Bill Brown 



REGION VII 



D. 25 



Brown 

DuPont Manual 
Louisville Collegiate 
Male Traditional 
Mercy Academy 
Ninth & G Baptist 
St. Francis 
St. Xavier 



Louisville 40202 Martha Ellison 

Louisville 40208 Joe Liedtke Fred Holden 

Louisville 40204 Douglas Mackelcan Ed Costello 

Louisville 40203 R. Ted Boehm Maurice Payne 

Louisville 40204 Mary Boyce 

Louisville 40208 Dan Stevens Jimmy Bagby 

Louisville 40202 Thomas Pike 

Louisville 40217 Bro. Edward Driscoll Alan Donhoff 



Dennis Fleming 
Susan Gardner 
Tena Leahy 
Steve Kaufman 
Pegg Woodell 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1984 



D. 26 



D. 27 



D. 28 



Assumption 
Atherton 
Christian Academy 

of Louisville 
Seneca 
Trmity 
Fern Creek 
Jeffersontown 
Moore 
Walden 
Ballard 
Eastern 



Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40205 

Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40220 
Louisville 40207 
Fern Creek 40291 
Jeffersontown 40299 
Louisville 40228 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40222 
Louisville 40243 



Kentucky Country Day Louisville 40222 
Sacred Heart Academy Louisville 40206 
Waggener Louisville 40207 



Karen Russ 
Sonny Hubbs 

Jofin S. Pittenger 
John Whiting 
Peter Fiaig 
John V, Reschar Sr. 
James Sexton 
Luther McDowell Jr 
John Gernert 
Patrick Crawford 
Harold Andrews 
James Ledyard 
Sr Marie Willenbrin 
Donna Ludwiq 



Bill Moore 

Ken Goldsmith 
Glenn Collie 
J Thompson 
George Abernathy 
Don Hoffman 
Joe Burks. Jr 

Don Salyer 
Bill Kercher 
R Dean Gregg 



Stephanie Greathouse 
Jerry Wilson 

Caria Jones 
John Doggendorf 

Paul Callahan 
Art Olliges 
Phil Ritz 

Jamie Wadell 
Ron Gathright 
John Filar 
Bunny Daugherty 
Bob Stewart 



REGION VIII 



D. 29 
D. 30 

D. 31 
D. 32 



Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 
Anderson County 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 
Western Anderson 
Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 
Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Shepherdsville 40165 
Mt Washington 40047 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Shelbyville 40065 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
Shelbyville 40065 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Carrollton 41008 
Warsaw 41095 
Buckner 40010 
Bedford 40006 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
Williamstown 41097 



George Valentine 
Ray Foster 
C T Collins 
James F Muggins 
Sonny Fentress 
David Baird 
Darrell Treece 
Sam Chandler 
Charles Scott 
William Cord 
Bill Prewitt 
Justin Minnehan 
Jim Bishop 
John W. Brill 
Dr Tom Taylor 
Tom Sims 
Shirley Wagoner 



Bill Schott 
Dave Shelburne 
Garry Jervis 
Mike Oder 
Larry Cheathem 
Randall Mefford 
John Reeves 
Tom Creamer 
Paul Watts 

Tom Haney 
Bob Haggard 
James Hurst 
Carroll Yager 
Jerry Garris 
Everett Varney 
David Miller 



Mary Ann Elam 
Steve Small 
Phil Berry 
Debbie Atherton 
Bill Pickett 
Don Van Meter ; 
Paula Martin 
Charlotte Chowning 
Cindy Franklin 

Jim Hinsdale 

Rosalyn Malcom 
Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Bruce Bottoms 
Hilbert Hensley 



REGION IX 



D. 33 



D. 34 



D. 35 



D. 36 



Boone County 

Conner 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd Memorial 

St Henry 

Simon Kenton 

Walton-Verona 

Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame 

Villa Madonna Academy 

Bellevue 

Dayton 

IMewport 

Newport Central 

Catholic 
Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
Highlands 
Silver Grove 
Scott 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Erianger 41018 
Elsmere 41018 
Independence 41051 
Walton 41094 
Ft Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41016-1197 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 

Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Ft Thomas 41075 
Silver Grove 41085 
Covington 41015 



William Baker 
William Arnold 
Jim Jenkins 
Charles Ray Fugitt 
Ronald Albrmck 
Robert Abell 
Frank Lyons 
Gene Sell 
Paul Brinker 
Rev James Ryan 
Dr. Roger Childress 
Frank Russell 
Thomas Holloway 
Sr M. Virginia Ann 
Sr. M Klingenoerg 
William Dosch 
Tom Hood 
George Frakes 

Carl Foster 
Thomas Seither 
Raymond lies 
Chester Turner 
Timothy Barrow 
Bob Konerman 



Jay Mulcahy 
Bill Warfield 
Dean Fookes 
Bill Code 
John Quatman 

Bob Eades 
Wayne Shipley 
George Schneider 
Gene Morrison 
Reynolds Flynn 
Pat Ryan 
Ray Thompson 



Mike Swauger 
Stan Steidel 
John Gross 

Gary Schulte 
Todd Kofler 

Ken Shields 
Phillip Lovely 
Jim Mitchell 



Ben Coffman 
Tim Shields 
David Sorrell 
Rusty Kordenbrock 
Ray Kues 
Gerry Scaringi 
Bob Murdock 
Nancy Berger 



James Woolridge 
Bill Goller 
Roger Elam 
Sarah Kelsch 
Kim Gunning 

Mike Hall 
Sharon Dageford 

Jenny Mertle 
Ray Hildebrand 

Don Dobson 
James Elam 
Linda Moore 



REGION X 



D. 37 



D. 38 



Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
Millersburg Military 
Nicholas County 
Paris 
Augusta 
Bracken County 
Deming 
Pendleton County 



Paris 40361 
Cynthiana 41031 
Millersburg 40348 
Carlisle 40311 
Pans 40361 
Augusta 41002 
Brooksville 41004 
Mt. Olivet 41064 
Falmouth 41040 



William Case 
Jerry Jenkins 
Dr. Alan Saunders 
David McMillen 
Homer Goins 
Roy Machen II 
Joe Seavers 
Larry Kelsch 
Larry Sutton 



Russ Day 

Gary Barr 
Mike Kenney 
Mark Grain 
Don Irvine 
Daniel Cooper 
Gary McKinney 



James Ishmael 



Barbara Kenney 
Judy Cox 
Carrie Appleman 
Tony Johnson 
Steve Gifford 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1984 



PAGE ELEVEN 



D. 39 



D. 40 



Fleming County 
Mason County 
Maysville 
St, Patrick 
Toliesboro 
Bath County 
Estill County 
George Rogers Clark 
Montgomery County 



Flemingsburg 41041 Joe Gold 



Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Toliesboro 41189 
Owingsville 40360 
Irvine 40336 
Winchester 40391 
Mt. Sterling 40353 



Kirby Wright 
Sam Hall 
Sr, Louise Dw/yer 
John Ocull 
Ewell Smoot, Jr. 
Danny Click 
Claude Salle, Jr. 
David Points 



Robert Slone 
Allen Feldhaus 
W, Coldiron 
Lex Turner 
Randy Harrison 

Bart Rison 
Guy Strong 
Julian Cunningham 



Billy Calvert 
Robert Hutchinson 
C.Coffey 
Maria Kelsh 

Hopey Newkirk 

Dan Hempel 



REGION XI 



D. 41 



D. 42 



D. 43 



D. 44 



Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 
Jessamine County 
Lexington Catholic 
Sayre 

Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Berea Comm. 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Model Laboratory 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Versailles 40383 
Nicholasville 40356 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40502 
Berea 40403 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



Donald Hines 
Robert Hoagland 
Dr. Fred Simpson 
Ken Tippett 
Frank Conyers 
Rev. Paul Arbogast 
Tom Grunviiald 
Jon Akers 
Bill Hurt 
Dwight Price 
Kenneth Cox 
Dr. Betty Watson 



Mark Green 
Gary Moore 
Joe Rogers 
Gene Kirk 

Tommy Starns 
Jim Lanksaer 
Ed Allin 
Al Prewitt 
Don Harville 
Nolan Barger 
Steve Riddle 



Frank Nassida Donald Richardson 

Dr. Stephen Henderson 



Albert Wall 
Sally Gaines 
Homer Calvert 
Bill Hill 

John Ferguson 
Mike Lamb 
Valerie Langlois 
Jackie Austin 
Brent Arnold 
Brad Switzer 
C. Ray Martin 

Frank Ray 



REGION XII 



D. 45 



D. 46 



D. 47 



D. 48 



Boyle County 
Danville 

Ky. School f/t Deaf 
Lincoln County 
Burgin 

Garrard County 
Harrodsburg 
Mercer County 
McCreary Central 
Monticello 
Russell County 
Wayne County 
Casey County 
Laurel County 
Pulaski County 
Somerset 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Stanford 40484 
Burgin 40310 
Lancaster 40444 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Stearns 42647 
Monticello 42633 
Russell Springs 42642 
Monticello 42633 
Liberty 42539 
London 40741 
Somerset 42501 
Somerset 42501 



Arnold Marshall 
Don Turner 
Tom Kearns 
Jack Portwood 
Louie Hammons 
Johnnie Laswell 
Delmer Warren 
James E. Gash 
Benny Hamby 
Eldon Davidson 
Herbert Davis 
George O Horton 
James O. Beeler 
Carl Patton 
Larry Stewart 
James Sears 



Tommy Mills 
Donn Marston 

John Wilder 
Bob Hall 

Howard Wallen, Jr. 
Barry Welty 

Jerry Stephens 
Wade Upchurch 
Kay Morris 
Joe Harper 
Phil Williams 
Charles Broughton 
David Fraley 
Kirk Chiles 



Danny Daugherty 
Bernard Brant 

Ron Waldroup 
Gary Atkins 
Kenneth Hurt 



Jerry Ross 
Mark Borders 
Keith Ellis 
Wayne Ryan 
Greg Scholl 
Roy Bowling 
Larry Hurt 
Bob Tucker 



REGION XIII 



D. 49 



D. 50 



D. 51 



D. 52 



Clay County 

Jackson County 

Oneida Baptist 

Rockcastle County 

Barbourville 

Corbin 

Knox Central 

Lynn Camp 

St. Camillus Academy 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Bell County 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 

Red Bird 

Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 

James Cawood 



Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 
Pineville 40977 
Middlesboro 40465 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 
Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 
Harlan 40831 



Lee Brown 

Dr. Russell Bowen, Jr. 
Oliver Hawkins, Sr. 
Cleston Saylor 
James Davis 
Ray Tipton 
Andy Dunn 
Clayton Taylor 
Sr. M. Amabilis 
Harold Gordon 
Jack Foley 
Pearl Lefevers 
John Patterson 
William Adams 
Olen Taylor Collins 
Morris Wilder 
Wallace Napier, Jr. 
Bob Morris 
Joshua Hensley 



Bobby Keith 
Ray Lakes 
Larry Gritton 
Mike Appleman 
Vencil Phipps 
John Fletcher 
Bill Swafford 
Clyde Dixon 

Bill Perkins 
Paul Falin 
James Strange 
Larry Bruner 
Kenny Woods 

Ralph Roberts 
David Parks 
Bill Hicks 
Mike Jones 



Larry Sizemore 
Robert Lakes 
Sheila Salyer 
Preston Parrett 

Willard Farris 
Daphne Goodin 
Scott Broughton 

James Rains 
Larry Anderson 
Wayne Walters 
Ken Condra 



John Bond 
Earl Rogers 
Debbie Brown 
Tom Mouyeos 



REGION XIV 



D. 53 



Fleming-Neon 
Jenkins 



Fleming 41816 
Jenkins 41537 



David Jones 

Wm. Halliburton Greer 



Tommy Day 
Bernard Hall 



Larry & Sue Kincer 
Randy Bentley 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1984 



D. 54 



D. 55 



D. 56 



Letcher 

Whitesburg 

Buckhorn 

Dilce Combs 

Hazard 

Leslie County 

M C, Napier 

Breattiitt County 

Cordia 

Jacl<son 

Knott County Central 

Riverside Christian 

Lee County 

Owsley County 

Powell County 

Wolfe County 



Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 
Buckhorn 41721 
Jeff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hindman 41822 
Lost Creek 41348 
Beattyville 41311 
Booneville 41314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41301 



Sherrill Slone 
Ramson Holbrook 
Wm B. Napier 
Douglas Campbell 
Hargus Rogers 
Omus Shepherd 
Harold Combs 
W. A, Toler 
Bobby Smith 
Carson Slone 
Brady Slone 
Doran Hostetler 
Gary Pack 
Russell Duff 
Jim Potts 
Vernon Johnson 



Dan Bates 

A, H. Holbrook 

Dennis Wooton 

Roy McKamey 
Ronnie Stidham 
Denny Fugate 
James Turner 
William Madden 
Dauid Perkins 
Eddie Gibson 
Doran Hostetler 
Cfiarles Duncil 
Charlie Turner 
Lonnie Morris 



Richard Smith 
John High 
Lucy Minter 
Douglas Campbell 
Bill Jordan 
Wendell Wilson 
Orambus Napier, Jr. 
J. P. Deaton 
Zella Combs 
James Campbell 
Larry Hayes 
Elaine Gibson 
David Jennings 
Randall Spencer 
Charles Childers 



REGION XV 



D. 57 



D. 58 



D. 59 



D. 60 



Johnson Central 

Magoffin 

Paintsville 

Sheldon Clark 

Allen Central 

Betsy Layne 

McDowell 

Prestonsburg 

Wheelwright 

Dorton 

Millard 

Mullins 

Pikeville 

Virgie 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 

Feds Creek 

Johns Creek 

Phelps 



Paintsville 41240 
Salyersville 41465 
Paintsville 41240 
Inez 41224 
Eastern 41622 
Betsy Layne 41605 
McDowell 41647 
Prestonsburg 41653 
Wheelwright 41669 
Dorton 41520 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Virgie 41572 
Belfry 41514 
Elkhorn City 
Feds Creek 41524 
Pikeville 41501 
Phelps 41553 



Robert O'Bryan 
Ronald Gullett 
Paul W Trimble 
John Haney 
James Dingus 
Russell Frazier 
Gary Fraizer 
Robert May 
Ervin Pack 
Glenn Wallace 
Robert Wright 
Richard Goodman 
Tom Swartz 
Phillip Johnson 
Frank Welch 
James Hawkins 
Dorse Adkins 
Ronald Thompson 
John O'Brien 



Michael Castle 
Danny Adams 
Bill M. Runyon 



William Newsome. Jr 
Rick Hall 
Jack Stanford 

Gene Tackett 
Bun Jack Burnette 
Steve Butcher 
Howard Waller 
Bobby Osborne 
Tom Runyon 

Ralph Good 
Jimmy Kerr 



Jackie Howard 
Dwight Burchett 



Paul D, Tackett 
Doug DeRossett 
Gary Hopkins 

Bobby Spears 
M- Ellison 
Deloris Meek 
Libby White 
Karen Trivette 
Delores Dotson 



Phyllis Lawson 



REGION XVI 



D. 61 



D. 62 



D. 63 



D. 64 



Menifee County 
Morgan County 
Rowan County 
East Carter 
Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 
Fairview 

Greenup County 
Raceland 
Russell 
Boyd County 
Holy Family 
Lawrence County 
Paul Blazei 



Frenchburg 40322 
West Liberty 41472 
Morehead 40351 
Grayson 41143 
Sandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41179 
Olive Hill 41164 
Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41169 
Russell 41169 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 
Louisa 41230 
Ashland 41101 



Dr Kenneth Moran 
John Johnstone 
Marvin Moore 
Harlan Fleming 
Mike Stratton 
Maurice Reeder 
William Calhoun 
Robert Morrison 
Alice Johnson 
John Stephens 
Jerry Blanchard 
Jay Hutchinson 
Walter Davenport 
John Turner 
Glenn Riedel 



James Reed 
George Bellamy 
Ted Trent 
Charles Baker 
Scotty Johnson 
Gary Kidwell 

Jim Day 
Randy Ward 
Steve Hall 
Marvin Meredith 
Roger Zomes 
Gary Keyser 

Craynor Slone 



Elizabeth Burton 
Kathy Griffitts 
Claudia Hicks 
Vicki Young 

Don Gaunce 

Judy Thomas 
Robert Bryson 
Lori Mihalik 
Mary Robinson 
Paul Rice 



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The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building, 
Lexington, Kentucky on Saturday morning, December 22, 
1984. The meeting was called to order by President Eldon 
Davidson at 9:00 a.m. Board members present were Bob 
Rogers, Tony Olinger, Ray Story, Grant Talbott, Chester 
Turner, David Webb, Frank Welch and Charlie Wilson. 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Bill V. Wise, 
Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout, 
Sports Information Director Julian Tackett and Conley 
Manning, representing the State Department of Education 
were also in attendance. Mr. Earl Cox of the Courier 
Journal was present. The invocation was given by Conley 
Manning. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Chalie Wilson, that the 
minutes of the October 6 Board Meeting and the 
November 17 Called Meeting be approved. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Chester Turner made the motion, seconded by Tony 
Olinger, that all bills of the Association for the period 
October 1, 1984, through November 30, 1984, be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Bob Rogers, Chairman of the All-Sports Committee, 
recommended the following recommendations be 
adopted by the Board of Control and submitted to the 
State Board of Education attheirjoint meeting in Frankfort 
on January 2, 1985. 

I. Baseball 

a. Extend season one (1 ) week beginning with the 
1985-86 school year. This change will assure that 
the finals will be played after schools have been 
dismissed for the summer (June 5-7). The change 
will also allow schools an additional week to play 
regular season games and hopefully get a break on 
the weather. 

b. No game ortournament may be sanctioned by the 
Association if it requires loss of school time for 
travel or playing. 

c. A maximum of thirty-five (35) games may be 
played prior to K.H.S.A.A. tournament play. 

d. All other regulations remain as presently 
stipulated in By-Law 27, Limitation of Season. 

II. Girls Softball 

a. Extend season two (2) weeks for same reason 
given for extending baseball season. 

b. Permit double-headers on school day with time 
limit (as provided for in the rules). 

c. d. Same as that for baseball. 

III. Cross Country 

a. No game or tournament may be played if it 
requires loss of school time for travel or play. 

IV. Volleyball 

a. Allow no school time for travel or play. 

b. Add one week to season, extending the 
tournament over two weekends, thereby eliminating 
tournament play on school time. 

c. All other provisions of By-Law 27 remain the 
same as stipulated as they relate to volleyball. 



V. Swimming 

a. Allow no school time for travel or competition. 

b. Hold preliminaries on Saturday with finals to be 
held on following Saturday, thereby eliminating 
school time for tournament play. 

c. All other provisions of By-Law 27 remain the same 
as stipulated as they relate to swimming. 

VI. Wrestling 

a Allow no school time for travel or competition 

b. Hold finals over two weekends (Saturday) 

c. All other provisions of By-Law 27 remain the same 
as they relate to wrestling 

VII. Tennis 

A. Extend season one week and gain same results as 
those expressed in baseball and Softball, 
b All other regulations remain same 

VIII. Golf 

a. Extend season three weeks and gam same results 

as baseball and Softball 

b All other regulations remain same 

IX. Track 

a. Extend season one (1) week and gain same 
results as baseball, Softball and tennis 
b All other regulations remain same as presently 
stipulated in By-Law 27 for track. 

X. Soccer 

a No school time may be used for travel or playing 
b Organized practice shall not take place prior to 
August 1, 

c. The season ends at all levels of play with team 
elimination from K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
championship play No practice or participation in 
post season or all-star games shall be permitted 
until the end of that academic school yearfollowmg 
elimination from K H S A. A tournament play 
Violation shall be loss of eligibility for one year 
Ray Story moved, seconded by Frank Welch that the 
above items be adopted as recommended. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion of varsity basketball officials' 
fees, Tony Olinger made a motion, seconded by Chester 
Turner, that the fees be increased $5.00 for the 1985-86 
school year. The motion carried by a vote of 8 in favor and 1 
opposed. 

Assistant Commissioner Stout distributed copies of the 
1985 Softball alignment. Frank Welch moved, seconded by 
David Webb that the alignment be approved as revised and 
presented. The motion carried unanimously. The 
alignment will appear in the January issue of the "Athlete ". 
Assistant Commissioner DeVries presented a 
recommendation from the Track Committee that the 800 
meter relay in the boys track meet be changed to a 400 
meter relay. Tony Olinger moved, seconded by David 
Webb, that the track committee's recommendation be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented a letter to the Board that 
he had received from the Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association, regarding recommendations for football. 
Following a discussion of the items. Bob Rogers made a 
motion, seconded by Frank Welch, that the Board adopt 
the following recommendations as submitted by the All- 
Sports Committee and to be presented to the State Board 
of Education. 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1985 



JANUARY, 1985 VOL. XLVII, NO. 6 

Published monthly, except June andJuly. by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E, Cooper Dr., P O Box 22280. Lexington. KY 40522 

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for in Section 1 103. Act of Octobers, 1917. authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

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K.H.S.A.A , P.O. Box 22280. Lexington. Kentucky 40522 

Editor TOM MILLS 

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Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington. Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello. Vice 
President-Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow. Patrick L. 
Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville. Anthony dinger (1984- 
1988) Lexington. Ray Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Chester Turner (1983- 

1987) Fort Thomas. David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville. 
Frank Welch (1984-1988) Belfry. Charles Wilson (1984- 

1988) Hyden. Conley Manning-State Department of 
Education Respresentative 

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Football 

a. Organized practice in pads shall not begin priorto 
August 1 . 

b. The first game shall not take place prior to ten (10) 
weekends before sub-district play-offs. 

c. A maximum often (10) regularseason games may 
be played. Pre-season bowl games shall count 
toward the ten-game regular season limitation. 

d. The school's football season ends at all levels of 
play at the conclusion of the varsity team's last 
regular season game, except that the varsity team 
may play through its elimination from K.H.S.A.A. 
championship play-off competition. There shall be 
no further practice during the remainder of that 
academic school year. 

e. No game, including regular season or play-off 
games, may be scheduled on a date that would 
require loss of school time for travel or play. 

f. Every player must have five (5) days of practice 
without pads to become acclimated to heat 
conditions prior to August 1. 

g. All other regulations remain as presently 
stipulated in By-Law 27, Limitation of Season as 
they relate to football. 

The motion carried by a vote of 8 in favor and Chester 
Turner opposed. 

A lengthy discussion ensued regarding basketball 
recommendations. The following items were submitted for 
consideration. 

1. Ray Story moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that By- 
Law 21: Number of Basketball Games be eliminated and 
included with By-Law 27, Limitation of Season. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

2. Chester Turner made a motion, seconded by David 
Webb, that the number of regular season games be 
reduced to 20 for football playing schools and 24 for non- 
football playing schools (number is presently 24-30). The 
motion carried by a vote of 5-4. 



3. Chester Turner moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that 
schools may particiapte in only two (2) single elimination 
tournaments or one (1) double elimination tournament 
during the regular season. The single elimination 
tournaments shall count as one game each toward the 
total game limit. A double elimination tournament shall 
count as two (2) games toward the total game limit. The 
motion passed by a vote of 6-2. 

4. Ray Story made a motion. Seconded by Frank Welch, 
that the first basketball game (including invitational type 
tournaments) shall not take place prior to the first Monday 
after Thanksgiving for all member schools. The motion 
carried by a vote of 5 in favor and Bob Rogers, Grant 
Talbott, David Webb and Charlie Wilson opposed. 

5. Ray Story moved, seconded by Frank Welch, that 
there shall be no organized basketball practice prior to 
October 15 for both football and non-football playing 
schools. The motion carried by a vote of 5 in favorand Bob 
Rogers, Grant Talbott, David Webb and Charlie Wilson 
opposed- 

6. Bob Rogers made a motion, seconded by Chester 
Turner, that the school's basketball season end at all levels 
of play at the conclusion of the varsity team's last 
scheduled game, except that the varsity team may play 
through its elimination from K.H.S.A.A. tournament play. 
There shall be no further practice or play at any level 
during the remainder of that academic school year The 
motion carried by a vote of 7-1. 

7 Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Charlie Wilson that 
the Board table the following recommendation: Schools 
may establish a basketball season for elementary and 
junior high schools (through grade 8) during the fall 
season if they desire to do so. Students participating in this 
program would not be eligible to participate in the regular 
season program. This would help eliminate shortage of 
facilities during regular season The motion carried 
unanimously. 

8 Grant Talbott moved to table the following 
recommedation: The number of games allowed applied to 
teams sponsored by the school at each level. (If a school 
sponsors more than one team at a given level, those teams 
could not play more than a combined total of 20-24 
games.) Chester Turner seconded the motion, which 
carried unanimously. 

9. Bob Rogers made a motion, seconded by Frank 
Welch, that the following recommendation be tabled: 
Beginning with the 1986-87 school year both the Boys and 
Girls State Basketball Tournaments shall be scheduled 
during the same week (third week in March). The motion 
carried by a vote of 7-1. 

Chester Turner moved, seconded by Frank Welch, that 
the Board present a proposal to the State Board of 
Education showing what has been done to schedule the 
tournaments during the same week and the positive and 
negative aspects of such a study. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

10, Frank Welch moved, seconded by David Webb, that 
the Board adopt the following recommendation: The 
K.H,S,A,A, supports the recommendation that the K.E.A. 
host its annual meeting on Thursday and Friday during the 
Boys State Tournament. The motion carried unanimously. 

Bob Rogers made a motion, seconded by David Webb, 
that beginning with the 1985-86 school year, the transfer 
rule apply to all students who have represented a 
secondary school in a first team game in any sport after 
enrolling in grades 9 through 12 regardless of the location 
of the school being transferred from. The motion carried 
with seven in favor and one abstention. 

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PAGE THREE 



1985 WRESTLING TOURNAMENT 



The State Wrestling Tournament will be held at Atherton High 
School, Louisville, on February 22-23. 1985 Orville Williams will 
manage the State Tournament 

The district and regional tournaments will be held on February 8- 
9, and February 15-16, respectively 

The region, district, name of the manager and the schools 
assigned to districts are listed below. If your school plans to enter a 
team and is not listed in any district, will you please contact this 
office or the district manager nearest you 

Lexington Region: (Norman Powell. Henry Clay High School, 

Lexington. Ky 40503) 

Franl(fort District (Raymond Webb. Frankfort High School. 

Frankfort. Kentucky 40601) — Boyle Co. Danville. Frankfort. 

Franklin Co., Jessamine Co . M ML. Oldham Co . Western Hills. 

Woodford Co., Wayne Co 

Asliland District (Clarence Howard. Paul Blazer High School. 

Ashland. Kentucky 41101) — Belfry. Bell Co . Boyd Co. Bryan 

Station. Clinton Co . Harrison Co., Henry Clay. Johnson Central. 

Lafayette. Middlesboro. Oneida. Paintsville . Paul Blazer. Rowan 

Co . Tates Creek 



Louisville Trinity Region (Larry Mann. Kentucky School f/t Blind. 
S 2nd St , Louisville, Kentucky 40206) 

Louisville Trinity District (Larry Mann, Kentucky School f/t Blind. 

S 2nd Street, Louisville. Kentucky 40206) — Kentucky School f/t 

Blind. Male , Moore. St. Xavier, Seneca, Trinity. Evangel 

East Jefferson District (Jack Jacobs. A.D., Waggener High School, 

330 Hubbaid Lane. Louisville. Kentucky 40207) — Ballaid Central. 

Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day. Manual. 

Waggener 

Nortli Hardin Region: (Paul Underdonk, North Hardin High School. 
Radchff. Ky 40160) 

Webster County District (Walter Hawkins, AD . Webster Co. High 
School. 267. Dixon. Kentucky 42409) — Caldwell Co . Christian 
Co , Ft. Campbell. Greenville, Henderson Co . Hopkinsville. 
Paducah Tilghman. Trigg Co . Union Co , Webster Co 
Nortti Hardin District (Jim Davis. West Hardin High School. US 62. 
Stephensburg, Kentucky 42748) — East Hardin. Ft Knox, Hancock 
Co . North Hardin. Washington Co . West Hardin 



West Jefferson Region: (Paul Dennison. Western High School. 
Louisville. Ky 40216) 

West Jefferson District (Paul Dennison. A D . Western High 
School. 2501 Rockford Lane. Louisville. Kentucky 40216) — Doss, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee , Valley . Western. Fairdale 
Norttiern Kentucky District (Wayne Badida. Conner High School. 
Box 36. Limaburg Road. Hebron. Kentucky 41048) — Boone Co , 
Campbell Co. Conner, Holmes. Scott. Simon Kenton. Dixie 
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OFFICIATING 
"Getting "Psyched" Can Mean Getting It Right 

By Kevin L. Burke 

When alluding to a sporting contest, spectators many times will refer to their team as being "psyched" or getting psyched 
out." Yet how many times have you heard, "Wow. those officials were really psyched"? The answer is probably never. The 
major reason for this is that good officials usually go unnoticed during a contest. This does not mean that officials should not 
prepare psychologically though 

Just as athletes and coaches get into the proper "mind set" for a game, officials should mentally prepare for each contest. 
The preparation being referred to here includes the normal pre-game conference, but should also include a technique 
known as visualization or mental rehearsal. 

IVIental rehearsal is a technique that is used in combination with relaxation by athletes to assist them in their psychological 
preparation for a game. This method entails visualizing or rehearsing mentally a successful accomplishment during 
situations that may occur while actually participating in a game. For exampe, a basketball player has been missing critical 
free throws during the late stages of a game. This player would create in his/her mind this situation and see himself/herself 
making the free throws. Athletes have reported positive results from such mental practice. Also, successful progolfer. Jack 
Nicklaus, has revealed he pictures every shot in detail in his mind before he strokes it. 

Such visualization can be very beneficial to officials. Officials should set aside time in which they can relax and rehearse the 
crucial game situations that may occur as well as typical game situations. Since I am a basketball official, I will give you an 
abbreviated example of one of my mental rehearsal procedures. I see and feel myself in the midst of a close game in a 
gymnasium full of screaming and yelling spectators, I sense the excitement of the crowd and theintensity of thegame. Yet I 
remain calm and collected. (Being able to create your feelings during visualization is essential for full effectiveness.) A 
charging foul is committed. I quickly and firmly blow my whistle, utilize the appropriate mechanics, and report the foul to the 
official scorer. This type of visualization fosters good concentration and control under a pressure situation, which is always 
a necessity for quality officiating. 

You should successfully rehearse those situations that are troublesome or those you have not felt comfortable in the past. 
Mental rehearsal is also an excellent way to practice making calls that are affected by new rule changes. This will help you 
get used to the rule changes morequickly. Another excel lent way to take advantage of visualization is by em ploying it as you 
read the case book for your sport. You can create in your mind the play situations presented in the book and picture yourself 
properly handling each encounter. (It is important that you feel totally involved in the situation that is being rehearsed, not 
just "watching" yourself as you would on a videotape). 

Obviously mental rehearsal is not a substitute for studying the rules, staying in good physical shape, and actual game 
experience. It is a way you can improve on your officiating at your convenience. Mental rehearsal can be very effective when 
used in conjunction with those pre-requisites. So officials, "Get psyched!" (Reprinted from the National federation News) 



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Basl<etball Officials 



Asher, Jacob 
Benson. Jerry 
Chapman, Tom 
Dotson. Ed 
Foster. Don 
Goble. John 
Mitchell. Brad 
Snively. Chip 
Young. Ben 



Angelucci. Armand 
Cantron. Mike 
Fannin. Bob 
Oser. Larry 
Walker. Keith 



A large number of K H S.A A. registered officials qualified for the 
advance ratings of Certified and Approved as a result of the 
National Federation Part II Examination, Only officials receiving 
these higher ratings are eligible to work in the district and regional 
tournaments Only Certified officials are eligible to work in the 
state tournament 

APPROVED CERTIFIED 



Argo. Jimmy 
Berry, Jim 
Bristol, Dennis 
Carlton, David 
Gwaltney, Wayne 
Kelley, Mike 
Lovett, Carl 
Riley, Mike 
Woods, Stephen 



McKinney. Dexter Compton. Jerry 
Miller. Michael Drake. John 

Morrison. Donnie Haste, Fred 

Rousey. James 



Allen. Mickey 
Day, Roy 
Dillingham. Kent 
East. Tim 



Hardin. Ronnie 
Morris. Jim 
Mullins, Jay 
Peterson. Steve 
Weedman. Dorman 



Edwards. Ken 
Harlow. Doug 

Cobb, Clarence 
Holt, Michael 
Prather. David 
Simpson, Edward 



Bush, Jerry 
Herbstreith, Terry 
James, Bob 
Miller, Robert 
Nickerson, Bruce 
Pavlik, Chris 



Caudill, Charlene 
Emily. Steve 
Goodlett, Randy 
Hawkins, Thomas 
Puckett, Jim 
Reinle, Billy 



Babik, Roger 
Gall, Greg 
Goe, Robert 
McDowell, Greg 
Whalen, James 



Rogers, Mike 



King, Curtis 



Houchens, Danny 
Perkins, Melvm 



Hundley, Phinis 
Miller, George 
Reif. Harry 
Rigon, Dennis 



Hiipp, Gerald 
McAnally, Tom 



Miller. Jerry 
Mullins, Ray 
Prather, Turk 



Brausch, David 
Fitzer, Carl 
Johnson. Jack 
Ponchot. Joe 



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Bailey 


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Keene 


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Kelly. 


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Smith. 


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Varney, Greg 




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Cleve 


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Grayson. Don 


Evans 


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Hardir 


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Hale. 


David 








Jones 


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Martir 


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College 

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MINUTES OF THE TRACK AND 
FIELD COMMITTEE MEETING 

The K.H.S.A.A. Track and Field Committee met at tlie 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association Office, 
Lexington on December 11, 1984, The meeting was called 
to order by Assistant Commissioner Brigid DeVries at 1 :30 
p.m. Committee members present were Bro. Borgia, John 
Gettler, Marty Mayer, Will Pagan, Sue Fetter, Tony Roe, 
Charlie Ruter, Bob Stacey, Larry Wingtield, Bob Millerand 
Jean Wright. Absent were Reba Woodall and Jack Kaelin. 

Assistant Commissioner DeVries called on Charlie 
Ruter to report on the Mason-Dixon Games which will be 
held at Freedom Hall on February 8-9, 1985. 

Ms. DeVries discussed regional meet sites with 
committee members and advised members of the requests 
from schoolswho wanted to host regional and/or sectional 
track meets. A listing of the regional and sectional sites will 
be sent to each school in January. 

The dates for the meets are as follows: 
Regional Meet — May 11 
Sectional Meet — May 18 
State Meet — May 25 

It was emphasized that all track meets be scheduled so 
as not to interfere with regular school time. 

The Committee screened regional, sectional and state 
meet information, and made revisions on the information 
that will be sent to the schools. 

Items for the All-Sports Committee Meeting scheduled 
for December 21 include a proposal by the track 
committee to include the boys 400 meter relay in place of 
the 800 meter relay, and also to add the 3200 meter relay 
for boys and girls. Both requests would be effective forthe 
1985 season if approved. A three-member committee to 
include Marty Mayer, Sue Fetter and Bob Stacey will draft 
a survey if need be. 

The dates for the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Track and Field Rules Clinics forcoachesand 
officials are as follows: 

Feb. 21 , 1985— Sf. Xavier High School, Louisville-7:00 p.m. 
Mar. 25, 1985— Tates Creek High School, Lexington- 

7:00 p.m. 
April 2, 1985— Daviess Co. High School, Owensboro- 

7:00 p.m. 

A discussion then ensured regarding the fact that the 
National Federation beginning in 1985 will recognize 
national records in the girls 100m (33 inch) hurdles and 
300 meter low hurdles, and the boys 110m high hurdles 
and 300 meter intermediate hurdles. 

It was decided that the regional, sectional and state 
meets would include these hurdle heights for the 1988 
meets. 

There was a brief discussion regarding the 1984-85 
National Federation Track rule changes. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



1984-85 Approved 
Wrestling Officials 

Listed below are the officials who made 80% or more (on 
a supervised test) to become Approved in Wrestling. 




Colston, Donald 
Hill, Mark 



Lewis, William 
Warnick, Robert 



(Minutes Of The Board Meeting Continued From Page 2) 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Charlie Wilson, that 
By-Law 17, Practice of Sportsmanship be changed as 
follows: The Commisssioner and Board of Control shall 
have full authority to suspend the coach, player or any 
member school whose representatives may be convicted 
on competent evidence of the violation of this obligation 
(This change would allow the K.H.S.A.A. to penalize the 
responsible individual instead of the entire school 
program.) 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Charlie Wilson, that 
By-Law 5, Section e. which states, "Out-of-state transfer 
students must be making normal progress toward 
graduation based upon the academic requirements of the 
state being transferred from. However, said student must 
adhere to Association academic guidelines within one 
year of transfer", be deleted from By-Law 5. This will 
eliminate the advantage an out-of-state student has over 
students attending member schools. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Ray Story made a motion, seconded by Tony dinger, 
that the Girls Softball Tournament be held at and hosted 
by Ballard High School. The motion carried unanimously. 

Ray Story moved that there be a minimum of tour teams 
in each of the sixty-four basketball districts. David Webb 
seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 7 in 
favor and 1 abstention. The Basketball Committee will 
present proposals for re-alignment of basketball districts 
and regions to the full Board for considertaion during the 
January meeting. 

Charlie Wilson moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that 
the next meeting of the Board be held in Louisville on 
January 19, 1985, at 9:00 a.m. The motion carried 
unanimously 

Chester Turner made a motion, seconded by David 
Webb, that the Commissioner be em powered to gran teach 
team that participated in the football playoffs $1 ,000,00 to 
help defray expenses. The motion carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Wise advised the Board of Control 
that all seats were sold in the lower arena for the 1985 Boys 
State Basketball Tournament and that ticket sales for the 
1985 Girls State Basketball Tournament are ahead of last 
years sales on this date. 

There being no further business. Bob Rogers moved, 
seconded by David Webb, the meeting be adjourned. The 
motion carried unanimously 

APPEALS HEARINGS 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building, 
Lexington, Kentucky on Friday afternoon, December 21, 
1984, for the purpose of hearing appeals. 

The meeting was called to order by President Eldon 
Davidson at 1:00 p.m. Present were Board members Bob 
Rogers, Tony dinger, Rav Story, Grant Talbott, David 
Webb, Frank Welch and Charlie Wilson. Conley Manning 
was present representing the State Department of 
Education. Also present were Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Executive Assistant Billy Wise and Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid DeVries and LouisStoutand Sports 
Information Director Julian Tackett. The invocation was 
given by Conley Manning. 

President Davidson turned the meeting over to Vice 
President Rogers to preside. 

Mr. Rogers called upon Mrs. Julia Whitaker who had 

requested a hearing before the Board of Control on behalf 

of her daughter, Candace McEnroe, a student who is now 

attending Model Laboratory School. Mr. Charles Whitaker 

(Continued on Page 10) 



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FOR YOUR INFORMATION 
SWIMMING MEETS 






The events for the State Swimming Meets for 1985 
will be the same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution and By-Laws, Swimming Regulations, 
on pages 52 & 53. 

NOTE: There will be a cutoff time for the 500 
Freestyle for the regional meets. Boys - 6 minutes, 
30 seconds; Girls - 7 minutes. 

The dates of the State Meet will be February 22 & 
23, 1985, and the site will be Eastern Kentucky 
University, Richmond, Kentucky. Tim Cahill will 
manage the meet. The girls and boys meets will be 
run together. 

The schools are divided in the following regions: 

LOUISVILLE REGION 
Girls: Atherton, Ballard, Central, Evangel, Holy 
Rosary, Ky. Country Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, Male, 
Presentation St. Francis, Sacred Heart. 
Boys: Atherton, Ballard, Central, Collegiate, Ky. 
Country Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, Male, Oldham 
Co., Pleasure Ridge Park, St. Francis, St. Xavier, 
Shawnee, Trinity. 



Mad.-N. Hopkins, Marshall Co., Mayfield, Meade 
Co., Murray, North Hardin, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Potter Christian, South Hopkins, Taylor 
Co. 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY REGION 
Girls: Anderson County, Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Danville, Fleming County, Franklin County, 
Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Ky. School f/t Deaf, 
Knott County Central, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, Laurel County, Model, Oneida Baptist, 
Pairs, Paul Blazer, Rowan Co., Russell, Russell Co., 
Scott County, Tates Creek, Woodford County, 
Western Hills. 

Boys: Anderson County, Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Danville, Fleming County, Franklin County, 
Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Ky. School f/t Deaf, 
Knott County Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, 
Lexington Catholic, M.M.I., Model, Oneida Baptist, 
Paris, Paul Blazer, Rowan County, Russell, Russell 
Co., Scott County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, 
Woodford County. 



WESTERN KENTUCKY REGION 
Girls: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, 
Daviess County, Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort 
Knox, Greenville, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Mad.-N. Hopkins, Marshall Co, Mayfield, Meade 
Co., Murray, North Hardin, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Potter Christian, South Hopkins, Taylor 
Co. 

Boys: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, 
Daviess Co., Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort 
Knox, Greenville, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 



NORTHERN KENTUCKY REGION 
Girls: Beechwood, Bellevue, Campbell County. 
Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Central Catholic, Notre Dame, 
Scott. Villa Madonna. 

Boys: Beechwood, Bellevue, Campbell County. 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Central Catholic, Scott. 



STATE MEET TIME SCHEDULE 



TIME SCHEDULE: 



QUALIFIERS: 



Friday, February 2 
8:00 am -9:30 a.m 


9:30 a.m. -10:00 a rr 
10:05 am 


1 
3 
5 
7 
8 


3:30 a.m. 

30 p.m. -5:00 p.m 

00 p m, 

00 p.m. -8:30 p.m 

30 p.m. 



Assigned Warm-ups 

8:00 am -8:45 am (Western & Central Regions) 

8:45 a.m. -9:30 a.m. (Northern & Louisville Regions) 

Open Warm-ups, Sprint and Pace Work Only 

Scratch Meeting for Coaches 

Alumni Coliseum, Room 101, Locker Room Level 

Swimming Preliminaries 

Girls' Diving Warm-ups 

Girls' Diving (Preliminaries & Semi-finals) 

Boys' Diving Warm-ups 

Boys' Diving (Preliminaries & Semi-finals) 

Saturday, February 23 

8:00 a.m. -9:00 a.m. Diving Warm-ups 

9:00 a.m. -10:00 a.m. Open Warm-ups (Swimming) 

10:00 a.m. -10:30 a.m. Sprint and Pace Work (Lanes 1, 2, 3 & 6) 

Diving Warm-ups (Lanes 4, 5) 
10:45 a.m. Finals in All Events, Including Diving as Event #5 (A 10-minute swimming 

warm-up will precede the girls' diving) 

The top three (3) swimmers in each event, in each of the tour (4) regional qualifying meets, and the 
next twelve (12) fastest swimmers from the state-at-large, (determined by times established in 
regional meets) will qualify for the State Meet. This enables the top twenty-four (24) swimmers and 
divers in the state to compete for the championship in each event 



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1985 
GIRLS' SOFTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 



District 1 

Ballard Memorial 
Heath 
Lone Oak 
Reidland 



District 4 

Apollo 

Daviess County 
Henderson County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 



District 7 

Edmonon County 
Hart County 
Warren Central 
Warren East 



District 11 

Central 

Portland Christian 

Presentation Acaden 

Shawnee 



District 15 

duPont Manual 

Louisville Collegiate 

Male 

Mercy Academy 

Ninth & 



District 19 

Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
Henry County 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 



District 22 

Beechwood 
Covington Catholic 



Holy Cross 
Notre Dame 
Villa Madoni 



District 26 

Estill County 
George Rogers Clark 
Madison 
Madison Central 



District 30 

Buckhorn 
Dilce Combs 
Hazard 

Leslie County 
Letcher 
M.C. Napier 





REGION 1 




District 2 




District 3 


Livingston Central 


Christian County 


Lyon County 




Hopkmsville 


Marshall County 




Providence 


Murray 


REGION 2 


Trigg County 
University Heights 


District 5 




District 6 


Bremen 




Fordsville 


Drakesboro 




Hancock County 


Frederick Fraize 




McLean County 


Graham 




St Romuald 


Muhlenberg Ceni 


tral 

REGION 3 


Trinity/Whitesville 


District 8 




District 9 


Adair County 




East Hardin 


Clinton County 




Elizabethtown 


Cumberland Cou 


nty 


Fort Knox 


Gamaliel 




North Hardin 


Metcalfe County 


REGION 4 


West Hardin 


District 12 




District 13 


Butler 




Beth Haven 


Holy Cross 




Doss 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


Fairdale 


Western 


REGION 5 


Valley 


District 16 




District 17 


Assumption 




Fern Creek 


Atherton 




Jeffersontown 


Christian Acader 


ny 


Moore 


Seneca 


REGIONS 


Walden 


District 20 




District 21 


Carroll County 




Boone County 


Gallatin County 




Conner 


Oldham County 




Dixie Heights 


Owen County 




Lloyd Memorial 


Scott County 




Simon Kenton 


Trimble County 




Walton-Verona 


Williamstown 


REGION 7 




District 23 




District 24 


Bellevue 




Bishop Brossart 


Dayton 




Campbell County 


Newport 




Highlands 


Newport Central Cath 


Scott 






Silver Grove 




REGION 8 




District 27 




District 28 


Bryan Station 




Burgin 


Henry Clay 




Mercer County 


Lafayette 




Monticello 


Lexington Cathc 


ilic 


Wayne County 


Sayre 






Tates Creek 






Woodford Coun 


ty 
REGION 9 




District 31 




District 32 


Cordia 




Allen Central 


Jackson 




McDowell 


Jackson County 




Morgan County 


Knott County Central 


Sheldon Clark 


Riverside Christian 


Wheelwright 


Wolfe County 







District 10 

Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Green County 
Nelson County 
Taylor County 



District 14 

Evangel 
Holy Rosary 
Iroquois 
Southern 



District 18 

Ballard 

Kentucky County Day 

Sacred Heart 

Waggener 



District 25 

Bracken County 
Deming 
Mason County 
Pendleton county 



District 29 

Bell County 
Corbin 
Evarts 

Middlesboro 
Oneida Baptist 
Red Bird 
Whitley County 



District 33 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 
Feds Creek 
Phelps 
Pikeville 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1985 



HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS ATTRACT 
FIVE MILLION 




In pinpointing the scope of interscholastic 
athletics, the 1984 "Sports Participation 
Survey" conducted by the National Federation 
has revealed that over five million students 
participated in competitive sports programs 
offered last year by the nation's high schools. 

The in-depth survey measures boys and girls 
participation in athletic programs sponsored 
during the 1983-84 school year by 
approximately 18,000 high schools in the 
United States belonging to the National 
Federation's member state associations. The 
National Federation's annual participation 
report represents approximately 89 percent of 
the nation's public and private schools. 

The overall 1983-84 participation count of 
5,050,945 students includes 3,303,599 males 
and 1 ,747,346 females, compared to 3,555,558 
males and 1,779,972 females during the 
previous school year. Although this year's 
report reflects a slight overall decrease in total 
sports participation, much of the less than two 
percent decline can be attributed to more 
sophisticated and accurate research 
submitted by member state associations. A 
participant is counted once for each sport in 
which he or she participates. 

The most popular sport for boys in terms of 
participation last year was football which 
accounted for 944,473 students representing 
slightly over 14,000 high schools. Boys 
basketball continued to be the sport played by 
the largest number of schools, topping the list 
with 16,869 schools which provided 
competition for 497,277 players, the second- 
highest boys participation total. Other 
participation leaders for boys included 
outdoor track and field (464,956), baseball 
(398,608), wrestling (248,300) and soccer 
(173,423). 

In terms of school programs, outdoor track 
and field listed runner-up to basketball as 
programs were offered at 14,517 schools 
across the country. Football (14,254) was next, 
followed by baseball (13,336). 

Of the ten most popular boys sports, 
swimming and diving and soccer showed the 
most significant jumps in participation. 
Swimming and diving (82,702)— with an 
additional 6,045 participants— showed a 
modest increase of eight percent over the 
previous year. Soccer climbed to an all-time 



participaion high of 1 73,423 students, up seven 
percent from a year ago. 

In girls sports, basketball retained the lead 
as the number one participation sport 
(390,678) and was also the sport conducted by 
the largest number of schools (16,366). Am.ong 
the other girls participation leaders were the 
sports of outdoor track and field (351,274), 
volleyball (269,498), fast pitch softball 
(194,270) and tennis (114,177). 

From the standpoint of school programs, 
two sports other than basketball were 
conducted by over 10,000 schools— outdoor 
track and field (13,992) and volleyball (1 1 ,603). 
Girls soccer showed the biggest participation 
growth in 1983-84, gainmg 1 1 ,453 participants 
to move up 20 percent to an all-time best of 
69,374 students. Fast pitch softball (194,270) 
enjoyed a growth of 5,469 players fora modest 
three percent increase, and swimming and 
diving (78,491 ) added 2,230 participants while 
showing a three percent increase over last 
year's total. 

Among the National Federation's member 
state associations, the California 
Interscholastic Federation topped the nation 
in overall participation (408,963) and reported 
the highest totals for both boys (275,043) and 
girls (133,920). The Texas University 
Interscholastic League ranked second in both 
overall participation (351,075) and boys 
participation (231,745), and was third with 
119,330 female participants. The New York 
Public High School Athletic Association held 
down the runner-up spot in girls participation 
(131,354) and was third in total sports 
participation (344,314). The Illinois High 
School Association reported 279,485 boys and 
girls competing during the 1983-84 school 
year and the Michigan High School Athletic 
Association rounded out the top five states 
with 257,505 overall participants. 

The National Federation's 1984 "Sports 
Participation Survey" includes figures for both 
boys and girls in 31 different sports conducted 
by high schools belonging to member state 
associations in all 50 states and the District of 
Columbia. The survey breaks down the 
number of participants by state, sport and sex. 
The complete survey is available through the 
National Federation headquartrs in Kansas 
City, Mo. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1985 



PAGE NINE 



NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS 

SUMMARY 
1983-84 SPORTS PARTICIPATION SURVEY 



TEN MOST POPULAR BOYS SPORTS 
Schools Participants 



1. Basketball 




16,869 


1, Football 




944,473 


2. Track & Field (Oi 


jtdoor) 


14,517 


2. Basketball 




497,277 


3. Football 




14,254 


3. Track & Field (Oi 


utdoor) 


464,956 


4. Baseball 




13,336 


4. Baseball 




398,608 


5. Cross Country 




9,709 


5. Wrestling 




248,300 


6. Golf 




9,074 


6. Soccer 




173,423 


7. Tennis 




8,644 


7. Cross Country 




152,521 


8. Wrestling 




8,273 


8. Tennis 




118,539 


9. Soccer 




4,882 


9. Golf 




103,196 


10. Swimming & Diving 


3,771 


10- Swimming & Diving 


82,702 





TEN MOST POPULAR GIRLS SPORTS 
Schools Participants 



1. Basketball 

2. Track & Field (Outdoor) 

3. Volleyball 

4. Tennis 

5. Cross Country 

6. Softball (Fast Pitch) 

7. Swimming & Diving 

8. Golf 

9. Soccer 

10. Gymnastics 



16.336 1. Basketball 

13,992 2. Track & Field (Outdoor) 

11,603 3. Volleyball 

8,221 4. Softball (Fast Pitch) 

8,176 5. Tennis 

7,831 6. Cross Country 

3,781 7. Swimming & Diving 

3,344 8. Soccer 

2,562 9. Field Hockey 

2.278 10. Gymnastics 



390,678 

351,274 

269,498 

194,270 

114,177 

87,316 

78,491 

69,374 

49,188 

38,684 



Year 



SPORTS PARTICIPATION SURVEY TOTALS 
Boy Participants Year 



Girl Participants 



1971 

1972-73 

1973-74 

1975-76 

1977-78 

1978-79 

1979-80 

1980-81 

1981-82 

1982-83 

1983-84 



3,666,917 


1971 


3,770,621 


1972-73 


4,070,125 


1973-74 


4,109,021 


1975-76 


4,367,442 


1977-78 


3,709,512 


1978-79 


3,517,829 


1979-80 


3,503,124 


1980-81 


3,409,081 


1981-82 


3,355,558 


1982-83 


3,303,599 


1983-84 



294,015 
817,073 
1,300,169 
1,645,039 
2,083,040 
1,854,400 
1,750,264 
1,853,789 
1,810,671 
1,779,972 
1,747,346 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1985 



(Minutes Of The Board Meeting Continued From Page 5) 
read a letter to the Board explaining the circumstances 
surrounding Candace's transfer from Somerset High 
School to Model- Candace McEnroe had been ruled 
ineligible to participate in Interscholastic athletics based 
on By-Law 6, Transfer Rule 

Following Mr. Whitaker's presentation and questions by 
the Board members to Mr, and Mrs Whitaker, and a 
discussion thereof, Eldon Davidson moved, seconded by 
Charlie Wilson, that the Commissioner's ruling be upheld 
in this case. The motion carried by a vote of six in favor and 
one abstention, Mr. Rogers explained the Due Process 
Procedure to Mr, and Mrs Whitaker 

Then came Mr, Charles Tilley on behalf of his son, John 
Charles Tilley, a student who had transferred from 
University Heights Academy to Christian County High 
School, Due to the fact that John had participated in tennis 
at University Heights Academy, he was subject to By-Law 
6, Transfer Rule, and was ruled ineligible by the 
Commissioner to participate in interscholastic athletics at 
Christian County High School for a period of thirty-six 
school weeks, Mr, Tilley was appealing the decision of the 
Commissioner before the Board of Control 

Following Mr, Tilley's presentation and questions to 
him by the Board, Charlie Wilson moved, seconded by 
Tony dinger that the ruling of the Commissioner be 
upheld in this case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then presented a letter requesting 
that the Board waive By-Law 5, Section 4, for Vincent 
Calvin Hoover, a student at Corbin High School, Vincent 
was injured in a baseball game and had not enrolled in 
school the first semester. Following a discussion of the 
case, Ray Story moved, seconded by David Webb, that By- 
Law 5. Section 4, be waived in this case and Vincent Calvin 
Hoover be allowed to participate in athletics. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

There being no further appeals, the meeting was 
adjourned 



SPORTSMANSHIP 

THE WINNING STROKE 




f WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS 




National Mascot of High School Sports 



Be All You Can Be 

To he an athlete, you first must learn 
That It's " self'rcspcct" you'll have to earn. 
You must conquer you, or you'll surely get beat, 
'cause you are tlie one, against whom you compete. 

Victories arc tlie reason a team comes to he, 
hut scores and stats are for tKe fans to see. 
All athletes know that what matters more, 
IS attention to tlie e//ort, that causes the score. 

Sprinters can lope and leapers can hop; 
talent u^itdout e//ort is alu'ays a flop. 
If you hold hack m fear, of opponents or mistakes, 
you simply don't have the "stuff" that it takes. 

Speak first to yourself and /irmly say, 
"I'm going all out — today is tlic day" . 
Then concentrate totally to do what you're told; 
he poised, be alert, be a^ressive and hold. 

That's u'liat it takes to earn "sel/'respect"; 
It's not quite as tough as many suspect. 
The goal never changes, all athletes agree, 
"u^hatei^er you hai^e — is u'hat you must be." 

Heed not the opponent's name or fame; 
Care naught for others' praise or blame. 
For there is this fact at the final gun: 
If you were "all you can he" — you won. 



Robert L. Kleme 



©Copyright 1982 R, L, Kleine 
(reprinted with author's permission) 



Reprinted from the National Federation News 



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1984-85 NATIONAL FEDERATION 

BASKETBALL RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



SITUATION #15: Substitute A6 moves to the scorers' table wtiile 
the game is in progress A6 kneels in front of the table waiting for 
an opportunity to be beckoned onto the court A6 forgets to report 
to the scorer prior to kneeling down. A violation or foul by B1 
causes the ball to become dead The official properly beckons A6 
to enter A6 enters for A1 Thescorer now realizes A6 did not report 
and signals the official: (a) after the official has handed the ball to 
A2 for a throw-in: or (b) after the official has handed the ball to free 
thrower A2 

RULING: The official will immediately sound his or herwhistle. In 
(a) since the ball had not become alive. A6 is charged with a 
technical foul and play continues with the free throw awarded to 
Team B. In (b). the ball became alive when the official handed it to 
A2. A6 became a legal player when the ball became alive. No 
penalty can be assessed for A6s failure to report. (3-3Ques 1, 10- 
2-1) 

SITUATION #16: A1 attempts to pass the ball to A2 81 tries to 
intercept and manages to bat the ball toward B's end of the court 
The ball bounces several times before B1 isable to recover. B1 then 
dribbles in to score. 

RULING: Legal The bat is not part of a dribble, as B1 did not have 
control until he or she recovered the ball. Securing, maintaining 
and loss of control are factors which must be considered in 
administering the dribble rule. (4-12) 

SITUATION #17: Substitute A6 reports to the scorer to replace A1 
and enters the court after being beckoned by an official A6 
immediately asks for a time-out During the time-out A7 reports 
and indicates he or she wishes to replace A6 
RULING: This is legal procedure A6 is not required to remain in the 
game for any specific period of time However, after being 
replaced, neither A1 or A6 may reenter until the clock has run 
following their substitution (3-3-2, 3) 

SITUATION #18: A1 dunks the ball and then momentarily grasps 
the ring to regain balance The official properly charges A1 with a 
technical foul A1 is visibly upset and in defiance jumps up and 
grasps the basket ring again 

RULING: The 2nd grasping is intentional and may be ruled 
flagrant If it is flagrant, A1 must be disqualified. Team Bis awarded 
3 free throws for the 2 technical fouls charged to A1. (10-3-6) 
SITUATION #19: Substitute B6 enters the court while the ball is 
alive and the clock is running Team A IS in possession of the ball in 
its frontcourt The officials are unaware of what has happened. 
Should the scorer signal the officials while Team A is in control"? 
RULING: No. The scorer shall only signal when the ball IS dead or in 
control of the offending team When the official is properly notified, 
this infraction may be penalized if it is recognized before the ball 
becomes alive following the first dead ball after the infraction. 
When properly administered, 86 would be charged with a technical 
foul- (3-3-2: 10-2-2) 

SITUATION #20: A1 attempts a long field goal try. The try is 
considerably short and the ball strikes the floor and rebounds: (a) 
into the net from below and above the basket: or (b) to the 
backboard In both cases, the ball then drops through the basket. 
RULING: In (a), it is a violation and the ball is dead immediately 
when It passes through the basket from below The throw-m by B 
will be from the free throw line extended. A goal is scored in (b) as 
nothing occurred to cause a dead ball The try ended when it was 
certain it would not be successful However, regardless of how the 
ball got above the basket, a goal is scored when a live ball enters the 
basket from above and passes through (4-1-2, 5-1: 9-4 Pen ) 
SITUATION #21: The scorer fails to record 2 points for Team A as a 
result of 81 's goaltending in the 2nd quarter The error is 
discovered as the scorers compare their books at halftime. The 
omission is announced as the referee is checking thescorebookat 
halftime. 

RULING: The 2 points are added to Team A's total. This 
bookkeeping error may be corrected anytime before the final score 
IS approved (2-3-5: 2-11-6) 

SITUATION #22: Team A has no eligible substitutes remaining 
when A1 is injured. The coach of Team A comes onto the court to 
assist the trainer A1 is treated and after 45 seconds, it is 
determined he or she would be able to play. Team A has already 
used its allowable 4 time-outs in the game. Can A1 remain in the 
game without Team A being charged with a technical for the excess 
time-out. as it has no subs'? Can A1 be removed and Team A play 
short until the next opportunity to substitute? 
RULING: If A1 remains in the game. Team A is charged with an 
excess time-out resulting in a 2-shot technical foul Since no 
substitutes are available, Team A may continue play with 4 players 
ifAl is removed A1 mustreturnatthefirstsubstitutionopportunity 
unless the injury prevents further participation. (3-3: 5-9: 10-1-6) 
SITUATION #23: A1 has the ball out-of-bounds for a throw-in 
along the end line at B's basket, A1 throws a long pass toward the 



other end of the court. The 5-second count expires while the 

untouched pass is in the air The officials' whistle sounds and then 

A2 grabs the ball and tosses it into A's basket Where is the ball 

awarded to Team 8 for the Ihrow-m^ 

RULING: The throw-in in spot for 8 is from Al's original throw-in 

The ball is not taken to A's free throw line extended, even though it 

passed through the basket When a violation is called and action 

thereafter begins which results in the ball passing through the 

basket, the throw-in is from the out-of-bounds spot nearest the 

violation. The reason for going to the free throw line extended is to 

clarify that no points were scored In the situation outlined, there is 

no doubt the ball was dead and no points could be scored (7-5-1:9- 

11 Pen ) 

SITUATION #24: B1 commits a technical foul. A6 enters to attempt 

the throw The lane is cleared and A6 makes the free throw Ttie 

scorer then discovers that A6 had previously been disqualified for 

committing his or her 5th personal foul 

RULING: The successful free throw cannot be canceled A1 is 

disqualified for the flagrant technical foul and is banished from the 

vicinity of the bench The captain of Team 8 will then designate 

which teammate(s) will attempt the 2 free throws resulting from 

A6's flagrant technical Team B will be awarded the ball for a 

division line throw-in following the last attempt (8-7: 10-3-2 Pen ) 

SITUATION #25: The ball is batted or thrown from under As basket 

so that It enters the basket from below and passes through it. The 

batting or throwing is by: (a) A1: or (b) 81 

RULING: A violation m both (a) and (b) The ball becomes dead and 

IS awarded to the opponents for a throw-in If the ball falls back 

through the basket, the throw-in will be from the free throw line 

extended. If the ball falls outside the basket, the throw-m will be 

from out-of-bounds nearest the violation. (9-4) 

SITUATION #26: During a dribble, A1 taps the ball over the head of 

B1 A1 goes around 81 and (a) taps the ball to the floor: or (b) 

catches the ball, or (c) taps the ball to the floor after it bounces 

RULING: A violation in (a) as A1 has touched the ball twice before 

the ball touched the floor In (b), the dribble ended when A1 caught 

the ball Legal in (c) as A1 is continuing the dribble. Tapping the 

ball over the head of the opponent does not end a dribble if the 

dribbler has not lost control When A 1 is able to tap or bat the ball so 

it is given direction and distance by design. A1 is in control and the 

dribble has not ended. Conversely, control can be lost during 

a dribble when very little change in direction or any great distance 

is involved (4-12: 4-29: 9-4) 

SITUATION #27: A1 is charged with a player control foul The 

scorers detect that they do not agree on the number of fouls 

charged to A1 

RULING: The referee should be notified of the problem. If the 

reason for the discrepancy is determined, it should be corrected- If 

the reason for the differnce cannot be found, the referee must 

accept the record of the official scorebook, unless he or she has 

information which would permit a different decision (2-11-6) 

SITUATION #28: The shirts of Team A have legal numbers. The 

mascot name "TIGERS" is placed vertically on the front left side. 

and the player's last name is placed horizontally above the number 

on the back of the shirt. 

RULING: This is legal An identifying name may be placed either 

vertically or horizontally on either, or on both, the front and back of 

the shirt (3-4-2) 

SITUATION #29: Team B is charged with a technical foul after the 

starters have been designated, but prior to the start of the game, A6 

replaces A1 and makes the free throw Immediately after the throw: 

(a) A1 reports to go in for A6: or (b) A7 reports to go in for A6:or(c) 

A7 and A8 report to go in for A2 and A3 respectively 

RUING: In (a), A1 may not reenter until the clock has run. The 

substitution in (b) and (c) is permitted In (b), the rules do not 

require that a player remain in the game any specified period of 

time In (c), once the ball became alive, it is legal for any designated 

starter to be replaced (3-3-2. 3, 6-1-3. 8-3) 

SITUATION #30: A1 is fouled in the act of shooting, but the try is 

successful While Al's free throw attempt is in flight, A2 fouls 81 

The attempt is either: (a) successful: or (b) unsuccessful Team 8 is 

not in the bonus 

RULING: This is a false double foul. In (a), the throw-m by B will be 

from anywhere along the end line In (b). the throw-in for 8 will be 

from a designated spot out-of-bounds nearest to where A2's foul 

occurred (4-15-3: 7-5-6. 7) 

SITUATION #31: A1 passes the ball in A2's direction. A2 is moving 

rapidly The ball strikes A2's hand, but he or she takes several steps 

before gaming control of the ball. Has A2 violated"? 

RULING: No. Since A2 did not have control of the ball, the foot 

movements are legal. After gaining control. A2 would have to start 

and maintain a legal dribble, if movement with the ball continues, 

(4-12) 



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1984-85 NATIONAL FEDERATION 

WRESTLING RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



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WRESTLING INSTALLMENT II 
SITUATION #15: When an individual is in violation of rule 4-2-3. 
concerning the taking of medication during a match, what is the 
penalty for this violation? ■ 

RULING: In the past, this violation has resulted in disqualification. 
The penalty now is simply a default of the match. 
SITUATION #16: Is it permissible for any 98-pound contestant to 
wrestle in the 105-pound weight class'' 

RULING: Any individual that wrestles in the 105-pound weight 
class must weigh a minimum of 90 pounds The rules this year have 
established a minimum weight for all 98-pound contestants at 83 
pounds, and the minimum weight for a 98-pound contestant who 
wishes to wrestle in the 105-pound weight class is 90 pounds 
There is also a minimum weight on all heavyweight contestants at 
184 pounds, and beginning with the 1985-86 season, the maximum 
weight for all heavyweight contestants will be 275 pounds. 
SITUATION #17: On Thursday, schools A. B. C and D have a four 
team tournament On Friday of that same week, schools A and B 
start a two day. sixteen bracket tournament and schools C and D 
are involved with a dual meet Are there any weight allowances 
granted to these four schools for Friday's competition':' 
RULING: Assuming proper notification was given to all opponents, 
schools A and B plus all other schools in the tournament would 
receive a one pound allowance for the first day of the tournament 
and would be granted an additional pound on Saturday for the 
second day of the tournament. An examplewould be: On Thursday 
the 105-pound contestant must weigh 105 pounds or less, on 
Friday the 105-pounders could weigh 106 pounds and on Saturday, 
the second day of the tournament, they could weigh 107 pounds 
For schools C and D and their opponents, they would be granted 
one additional pound tor the dual meets on Friday. 
SITUATION #18: Is it necessary for all contestants to be stripped 
during weigh-in':' 

RULING: The rules now provide for an individual to wear no more 
than an athletic supporter during the weigh-in 
COMMENTS: The rule in the past has stated that contestants shall 
weigh-in without clothing This new change will hopefuly eliminate 
some modesty problems with young contestants. 
SITUATION #19: From a neutral position. Wrestler A gets Wrestler 
B in a bear hug and takes him immediately to his back on the mat 
As Wrestler B is picked up. however, he injures his knee and 
indicates this to the referee as he is being taken to the mat. Would 
Wrestler A earn a takedown and near-fall points? 
RULING: In this situation, Wrestler A would earn 2 points for a 
takedown and 2 points for a near-fall. 

SITUATION #20: In starting from the neutral position, one wrestler 
has his left foot on the red starting line, and has his right knee and 
foot on the mat behind the starting line. There is also one hand on 
the mat behind the starting line. Is this a legal starting position for 
the wrestler? 

RULING: A legal neutral starting position requires each wrestlerto 
have their lead foot on the green or red area of the starting line, and 
the other foot even with, or behind the lead foot, with no part of the 
body touching the mat in front of the lead foot. In this situation the 
wrestler has contact with the mat behind the lead foot, and this 
would not be a violation. 

SITUATION #21: Is it permissible for the wrestler, aftercompleting 
his match to shake hands with the referee, or the opposing coach? 
RULING: This is now a violation of the end of match procedure rule, 
and would be treated as unsportsmanlike. conduct. 
SITUATION #22: In the quarterfinals of a wrestling tournament, the 
119-pound contestant from School A is involved with a match 
which he loses in overtime by a score of 7-2 After the match has 
been completed and the contestants leave the mat area, the coach 
from School A detects that in regular match his contestant was 
awarded only a 2-point near-fall, when in fact the referee had 
indicated a three-point near-fall. If the near-fall had been recorded 
correctly, School A's 119-pounder would have won the original 
match, and no overtime would have been wrestled Is this a 
correctable error? 



RULING: During tournament competition any correction of error 
must take place prior to the offended contestant leaving the mat 
area Therefore, Wrestler A would be the loser of the quarterfinal 
match. If the coach of School A had detected this error prior to his 
contestant having left the mat area, then the error could have been 
corrected and the overtime would have been deleted. 
SITUATION #23: In a dual meet, the 138-pound contestant from 
School A defeats his opponent from School B by a score of 17-5. 
When this is recorded for the team score. Team A is only credited 
with a four point major decision. Is this a correctable error'' 
RULING: This would be considered a clerical error in recording 
team score and may be corrected when detected, 
COMMENTS: Any clerical error in recording team score may be 
corrected when detected in either dual meets or tournament 
competition. This would include errors in the summation of team 
scores, the actual recording of team scores incorrectly, or 
incorrect points given for a superior or major decision. No change, 
however, is allowed in the match score indicated on thescorecard. 
SITUATION #24: Wrestler A is attempting to turn Wrestler B with a 
legal but potentially dangerous chicken wing, and during the 
process pressure is applied to the long axis of the body and not 
parallel to it, creating an illegal hold. What is the correct procedure 
for the referee to follow'' 

RULING: By definition, the chicken wing is a potentially dangerous 
hold, and as soon as it isappliedthe referee should give the correct 
signal and notification. As soon as it becomei illegal, however, he 
shall stop the match and award the proper points to the defensive 
wrestler, 

SITUATION #25: As the referee is officiating a heavyweight match, 
he has some concern about stalling, but does not feel that a penalty 
or warning should be called 

RULING: At this point in time, the referee may begin an audible and 
visible hand count without indicating which wrestler the count is 
against. If there is no improvement by the end of five seconds, a 
stalemate or a warning or penalty (or stalling may be called. It 
should be pointed out, however, that it is not necessary that the 
five-second count precede any penalty or warning for stalling. Any 
time an official recognizes stalling in any position, he shall warn or 
penalize the contestants. The five-second count is simply one 
additional tool that has been given to the referee to help eliminate 
stalling, 

SITUATION #26: After an out-of-bounds situation, where Wrestler 
A had Wrestler B in a pinning situation. Wrestler B, instead of 
returning to the center of the mat, sets at the edge of the mat 
adjusting his socks, kneepads and starts to retie his shoes in an 
obvious delay of match tactic What is the penalty for this violation? 
RULING: This violation is no longer a technical violation and is now 
considered stalling, 

SITUATION #27: What is the correct procedure for the referee to 
follow in the following stiuations: a) giving a warning for stalling 
when the contestants are in the neutral position, b) either warning 
or penalizing the defensive wrestler for stalling, c) warning or 
penalizing the offensive wrestler for stalling, 
RULING: In both a and b, the referee shall not stop the match, Inc, 
the match would be stopped for both the warning and penalty. 
SITUATION #28: At the edge of the mat. Wrestler A has Wrestler B 
in a pinning situation Wrestler B has his head and shoulders in 
bounds and the scapula are out of bounds. Given the above 
guidelines, the following occurs: a) Wrestler A bridges with both 
the shoulders and the scapula off the mat, b) both shoulders and 
both scapula of Wrestler B are on the mat, c) the shoulders of 
Wrestler B are on the mat and his scapula are off the mat. d) 
Wrestler B bridges with his shoulders off the mat and his scapula on 
the mat. 

RULING: In a) and d). Wrestler A would receive near fall points and 
in b) and c) Wrestler A could win the match by a fall. 
SITUATION #29: Is it permissible for a coach to visit with the 
official between matches? 

RULING: Rule 6-6-5 is primarily concerned with what goes on 
during a match If a coach wishes to visit about a rule between 
matches, it would not be a violation. The only time a coach would 
be penalized would be it he were questioning the judgement of an 
official as in Rule 6-6-6, or if he were conducting himself in an 
unsportsmanlike manner, 

SITUATION #30: In Rule 6-6 we make reference to "prior to the 
start of the next match" in the correction of errors. What do we 
consider to be the start of a match'' 

RULING: A match is officially started when the referee sounds his 
whistle to begin wrestling. 

SITUATION #31: If a coach is removed from the premises for 
misconduct or a second penalty is assessed for unsportsmanlike 
conduct and an individual is removed, is this also a one point team 
deduction? 

RULING: In the above situation no points would be deducted when 
the individual is removed. The only time a point is deducted when 
an individual is removed is when the penalty is for flagrant 
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Sportsmanship^ — Whose resj^onsihlity^ 



In our society the ideal of sportsmanship permeates virtually every 
aspect of our culture. This ethic of "fair play" can be seen in every facet 
of modern life: business, commerce, law, education — in all human 
mteraction. It seems to be a code of expected behavior originating in 
sport which requires that its defmition be explicit for the high ideal 
which it demands and implicit for the breadth and magnitude of it 
scope. Therefore sportsmanship is defined as that quality of respon- 
sible behavior characterized by a spirit of generosity and a genuine 
concern for an opponent. 

Because the responsibility for the development of sportsmanship 
involves many persons, the contribution of educational athletics are of 
great importance Within the framework of the school athletic program 
the responsibility for good sportsmanship is vested in all of those who 
are in any way associated with the program; coaches, players, 
administrators, officials, and spectators, each has his share of the 
responsibility 

In recent years the ideal of sportsmanship in school-boy, community 
and professional sport has been severely challenged by increasingly 
numerous examples of unsportsmanlike behavior. Incidents involving 
coaches, players, and spectators have occurred in ever increasing 
numbers The gravity of the situation has been pointed up by wide 
press, television and magazine coverage Writings in professional 
journals have discussed the seriousness of flagrant breeches of the 
code It appears that many of the educational objectives of competi- 
tive athletics, including sportsmanship, are not being optimally met. 
These unfortunate examples of poor sportsmanship have done much 
to spoil this once-great tradition. 

What has led to the deterioration of values and the decline of morality 
in contemporary sports'' Numerous explanations could be offered but 
probably the most plausible is simply that sports are reflecting the 
values of the larger unsettled and heterogeneous society. Through the 
years there has been developed in this country a mama for success 
both social and monetary Winning has become so important that 
frequently players and spectators care little of the manner in which 
victory is attained. There is, therefore, an immediate need to restore 
balance and proper perspective to educational athletics. The "ends 
justify the means" philosophy, a common example of misplaced 
values, has no place in the school athletic program. The continued 
obsession with winning is a flirtation with disaster. 

The questions with which we are now confronted are not can we, but 
will we accept the challenge of preserving the high moral and ethical 
qualities which are intrinsic to the ideals of sportsmanship. And will we 
educate sport oriented individuals to revitalize the integrity of 
competitive athletics'' The answers to these questions must of 
necessity be in the affirmative For without the ethic of sportsmanship 
operating realistically in the control of player and spectator behavior, 
sport will not only lose its integrity as an educational instrument but 
may degenerate into a device actually subversive to the best interests 
of our schools and communities. 

It has been suggested that sports competition may be one of the last 
bastions of decency in our society. With the decline in the influence of 
the home and the church, sports may be called upon to assume more of 
the responsibility for the teaching of basic humanistic values To make 
such as important contribution to the development of the individual, 
positive programs mujt be initiated. The efficiency of these programs 
will be dependent upon a solid foundation which is well 
conceptualized and clearly defined. The behavior expected of a 
sportsman must be spelled out and to that end the following 
fundamentals, applicable to all competitive situations, are presented. 

THE FUNDAMENTALS OF SPORTSMANSHIP 

1. Show respect for the opponent at all times. 

The opponent should be treated as a guest; greeted cordially on 
arriving; given the best accommodations; and accorded the tolerance, 
honesty and generosity which all human beings deserve Good 
sportsmanship is the Golden Rule in action 

2. Show respect for the officials. 

The officials should be recognized as impartial arbitrators who are 
trained to do their job and who can be expected to do it to the best of 
their ability Good sportsmanship implies the willingness to accept and 
abide by the decisions of the officials. 

3. Know, understand and appreciate the rules of the contest. 

A familiarity with the current rules of the game and the recognition of 
their necessity for a fair contest is essential Good sportsmanship 
suggests the importance of conforming to the spirit as well as the letter 
of the rules- 

4. Maintain self control at ail times. 

A prerequisite of good sportsmanship requires one to understand 
his own bias or prejudice and the ability to prevent the desire to win 
from overcoming rational behavior. A proper perspective must be 
maintained if the potential educational values of athletic competition 
are to be realized. Good sportsmanship is concerned with the behavior 
of all involved in the game. 



5. Recognize and appreciate sl(ill In performance regardless of 
atllllatlon. 

Applause for an opponent's good performance is ademonstration of 
generosity and good will that should not be looked upon as treason. 
The ability to recognize quality in performance and the willingness to 
acknowledge it without regard to team men»bership is one of the most 
highly commendable gestures of good sportsmanship. 

With the fundamentals of sportsmanship as tfie point of departure, 
specific responsibilities and expected modes of behavior can be 
defined. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COACH 

The coach bears the greatest burden of responsibility for sportsman- 
ship His influence upon the attitudes and behavior of the players, the 
student body and the community are unequalled. In order for good 
sportsmanship to become a reality it is essential that the coach 
subscribe to the values of sportsmanship and teach its principles 
through word and deed- 
Specifically, it is recommended that the coach: 

1. Always set a good example for others to follow. 

2. Teach the values of honest effort in conforming to the spirit as well 
as the letter of the rules. 

3. Instruct the players in their sportsmanship responsibilities. 

4. Discipline those students who display unsportsmanlike behavior; if 
necessary, forfeit their privilege of representing the school. 

5. Be a perfect host to opponents, treat them as guests. 

6 At every opportunity remind the student body that the opposing 
team is their guest and that as host they should be polite and 
courteous. 

7. Provide opportunities for social interaction among coaches and 
players of both teams before and after the contest. 

8. Select only officials who have demonstrated the highest ethical 
standards. 

9. Respect the officials' judgment and interpretation of the rules. 
Public protests can only lead tosimilar behavior by the players and 
spectators. 

10. Publicly shake hands with the officials and opposing coach before 
and after the contest. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PLAYERS 

The responsibility of the players for sportsmanship is second in 
importance only to the coach. Because players are admired and 
respected, they exert a great deal of influence over the actions and 
behavior of the spectators. 
Desirable behavior for players would be to: 

1 Treat opponents with the respect that is due them as guests and 
fellow human beings. 

2. Shake hands with opponents and wish them good luck before the 
contest. 

3. Exercise self control at all times, accepting decisions and abiding 
by them. 

4. Respect the officials judgment and interpretations of the rules, 
l^ever argue or make gestures indicating a dislike for a decision. 

5 Only the captain should communicate with the officials regarding 
the clarification of a ruling 

6. Accept both victory and defeat with pride and compassion, being 
never boastful or bitter. 

7. Congratulate the opponents in a sincere manner following either 
victory or defeat 

8 Cooperate with the coach and fellow players in trying to promote 

good sportsmanship. 
9. Welcome the opportunity to discuss the rules and strategies of the 

contest with parents and friends so they can better understand and 

appreciate the finer points of the game. 

10. Accept seriously the responsibility and privilege of representing 
the school and community. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE STUDENTS 

The students' frequent role as spectators and their tremendous 
enthusiasm for sports are indicative of their vital responsibility for 
good sportsmanship. Their habits and reactions determine the quality 
of sportsmanship which reflects upon the reputation of their school. 

It IS recommended that students: 

1. Know and demonstrate the fundamentals of sportsmanship. 

2. Respect, cooperate and respond enthusiastically to cheerleaders. 

3. Censure fellow students whose behavior is unbecoming, 

4. Respect the property of the school and the authority of school 
officials. 

5. Show respect for an injured playerwhen he is removed from the 
contest. 

6. Do not applaud errors by opponents or penalties inflicted upon 
them, 

7. Do not heckle, jeer, or distract members of the opposing team. 

(continued on Page Twelve) 



VOL. XLVII NO. 7 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

FEBRUARY, 1985 



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BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Kentucky Fair and 
Exposition Center, Louisville, Kentucky, on Saturday 
morning, January 19, 1985. The meeting was called to 
order by President Eldon Davidson. Present v\/ere all Board 
members. Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant 
Billy Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries and 
Louis Stout and Sports Information Director Julian 
Tackett. Conley Manning, representing the State 
Department of Education was also present. The invocation 
was given by Mr. Manning. 

Pat Crawford made the following correction to the 
Minutes of the December 22, 1984 meeting--"that the Girls 
Softball Tournament be held at Sawyer Park and hosted by 
Ballard High School". Bob Rogers moved, seconded by 
Charlie Wilson, that the minutes be approved as amended. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Wise reported that $277,000.00 in 
ticket sales had been received through this date for the 
Boys State Basketball Tournament. Advanced ticket sales 
for the Girls State Basketball Tournament had netted 
$5,278.00, both figures being ahead of last year's receipts 
at this same time. 

President Davidson called on Ray Story, Chairman of 
the Basketball Committee, for his report regarding the 
Basketball Committee Meeting on January 18. Mr. Story 
reported that the Basketball Committee voted 3-2 to 
recommend that the Committee rescind the motion of 
December 21 mandating that there be four teams in each 
district and make no changes in the areas where the 
schools did not wish to change. Ray Story made a motion 
that the recommendation be adopted. Pat Crawford 
seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 8 in 
favor and David Webb opposed. 

Ray Story made a motion that Region I districts be 
realigned as follows: 



District 1 

Fulton 

Fulton County 
Hickman County 
Carlisle County 
District 3 
Ballard Memorial 
Graves County 
St. Mary (Paducah 



District 2 

Heath 
Lone Oak 
Paducah Tilghman 
Reidland 
District 4 
Calloway County 
Marshall County 
Mayfield 
Murray 
Frank Welch seconded the motion. The motion carried 
by a vote of 7 in favor. Bob Rogers abstaining and David 
Webb opposed. 

Ray Story also moved that Southwest Christian School 
be placed in District 21 when they become eligible for 
tournament competition in the 1985-86 school year. Grant 
Talbott seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 
Commissioner Mills announced that any proposals for 
the Delegate Assembly would be presented at a later date. 
Thre are several changes in the By-Laws that the State 
Department of Education would like for the K.H.S.A.A. to 
consider. 



President Davidson introduced representatives from the 
Big 8 Conference who had requested to come before the 
Board regarding suggestions for the Board's 
consideration. Those persons making presentations to the 
Board included Principal Waymond Morris, Daviess 
County High School - Football proposals and exchange 
students: Principal Bill Van Winkle, Owensboro High 
School - Basketball proposals: Principal Howard 
Crittenden, Henderson County High School - Equal 
representation. Mr. Davidson thanked the principals for 
their presentation and advised them that proposals would 
be given consideration. 

Commissioner Mills announced that the 1985 National 
Federation Summer Meeting would be held at the Hyatt 
Regency in Lexington, Kentucky and distributed agendas 
for the Board's information. 

Commissioner Mills reported that the State Board of 
Education had ruled in favor of Maria Gentry and that she 
is now participating in athletics at Whitesburg High 
School. 

Mr. Mills presented a letter received from Bill Van Winkle 
requesting that the Medical Symposium scheduled in April 
be scheduled on non-school days in the future. Tony 
dinger gave a brief report on the last meeting of the 
KM. A. Sub-Committee on Athlete's Health. 

Commissioner Mills informed the Board that LOR I MAR- 
formerly Sports Production, Inc.— had cancelled their 
contract with the K.H.S.A.A. to televise the 1985 and 1986 
football play-off finals and the finals of the Boys and Girls 
State Basketball Tournament. Following a discussion 
regarding other possibilities for coverage of these events, 
the Commissioner was authorized to advertise tor bids 
from other organizaitons. 

Executive Asst. Wise recommended to the Board that 
officials for the district and regional basketball 
tournaments be assigned in the same manneras for 1984— 
that being that officials would officiate within their region 
for the district basketball tournaments but would go 
outside their region for the regional tournament, except in 
instances where the Local Policy Board had requested 
otherwise. Charlie Wilson moved, seconded by Bob 
Rogers, that this recommendation be adopted. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills called on Paul Young, Ath. Dir. at St. 
Xavier High School, who requested that the Board write to 
the NCAA and ask that the NIT not be played on Friday 
evening of the football play-offs. 

Frank Welch made a motion that all bills of the 
Association for the period beginning December 1 and 
ending December 31, 1984 be approved. Chester Turner 
seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control is scheduled to 
be held at the Hyatt Regency, Lexington, on Friday, March 
22, 1985. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 

(Continued on Page 3) 



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Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Chester Turner (1983- 

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TENNIS 

COMMITTEE MEETING 

MINUTES 



The Tennis Committee met on Tuesday, February 5, 
1985, at the K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington, Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVrles called the meeting to 
order at 1:30 p.m. Committee members present included 
Terry Johnson, Joe Kroh and Bob Wainscott. 



The State Tennis Tournament was discussed and some 
minor corrections were made on the entry forms and meet 
information The same time schedule will be followed for 
the 1984-85 State Tournament as last year. It was 
suggested that the 1983-84 All American Tennis Team be 
listed in the 1985 State Program. The Penn heavy duty ball 
will be purchased for Regional and StateTournament play. 
U.S.T.A. rule books will be supplied for each of the 
regional managers. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned 



• 



GOLF 
COMMITTEE MEETING 
MINUTES - 



The Golf Committee met Monday, January 28, 1985, at 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Office in 
Lexington. Executive Assistant, Billy Wise, and Committee 
member, Tish Carr, were present 

The first item of business was Regional Tournament 
information The committee made some minor changes in 
the information which will be sent to the schools. A 
discussion of Regional Tournament sites included a 
recommendation that whenever possible, Regional 
Tournaments should be alternated between at least two 
sites every other year. 

Golf will not be moved to the fall, however, starting in 
1986, the golf season will be extended three weeks. The 
Regional corresponding dates in 1986 will be May 26 and 
27 and the corresponding State golf dates will be June 3 
and 4, 1986. 

The Board of Control will continue to make every 
possible effort to reschedule events so that exemptions 
will not be necessary this school year. 



The first item on the Agenda was a discussion of 
regional tournament sites. Changes in regional sites to 
date included the Northern Kentucky Region being hosted 
by Campbell County High School. Other regional sites are 
being secured at the present time. 

The Committee reviewed the Regional Information 
Sheet and suggested the following changes: (1 ) that no-ad 
scoring be used in the case of inclement weather during 
regional play; (2) that the point penalty system parallel the 
U.S.T.A. rule, i.e. warning, point, game, default; (3) a 
contestant shall have competed in a minimum of four 
high school tennis matches representing a memberschool 
during the regular season to be eligible to compete in the 
regional tournament. Verification on these four matches 
will be submitted to the regional manager along with the 
entry form. In addition, it was strongly recommended that 
pro-sets not be used during regular season play. 

A deadline date when regional entries are due was set for 
May 13, 1985. Regional managers are advised to schedule 
no tournament play on school time 

The next item on the Agenda was a discussion of the 
seeding committees. The seeding committees will meet in 
Lexington the Tuesday before the State Tennis 
Tournament. 



Schools are not permitted to practice for, travel to nor 
participate in sports and thereby eliminate instructional 
activities during the six hour school day. 

NO REGIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT SHALL 
VIOLATE ANY PART OF THE SIX HOUR ACADEMIC 
SCHOOL DAY. HOWEVER, THE STATE GOLF 
TOURNAMENT WILL BE PLAYED AS SCHEDULED 
MAY 14 AND 15, 1985. 

There being no further business the meeting adjourned. 



F * L L^s W , G 

DIVING SOCCER 

TENNIS * VOLLEYBALL* ^,3,3,^1 

***** LOVE A SPORT ***** 

SOFTBALL * * WRESTLING 

CROSS COUNTRY ** GOLF 
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n Marcti 


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2:30 pm 


Warren East High School 


Hopkmsuille 


Febru 


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7 00 p m 


Hoplinsville Community 

College 

Student Center Room 220 


Lexington 


March 


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7 00 p m 


Transylvania University 

Recital Hall 

Mitchell Fine Ails Bldg 


London 


March 


18 


7 00 p m 


Laurel County High 
School 


Paducah 


March 


25 


7 00 pm 


Maylield High School 


Fort Knox 


March 


18 


7 00 p m 


Elizabethlown High 
School 


Owenbboro 


March 


18 


7 00 pm 


Owensboro High School 


Covington 


Febru 


ary 20 


7:00 p m 


Lloyd Memorial High 
School 


Muhienburg 


Co March 


17 


2 00 pm 


Hughes-Kirk High School 


Louisville 


March 


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7 00 p m 


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TV Room 



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APPEALS HEARING 

January 18, 1985 



The Board of Control of thie Kentucky [High School 
Athletic Association met at the Executive Inn East in 
Louisville on Friday, January 18. 1985, for the purpose of 
hearing appeals. 

The meeting was called to order by President Eldon 
Davidson at 1:00 p.m. Present were Board members Bob 
Rogers. Tony Olinger. Ray Story. Grant Talbott. Frank 
Welch. Chester Turner. Pat Crawford and Charlie Wilson. 
Also present were Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive 
Assistant Commissioner Billy Wise and Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid DeVries and LouisStoutand Sports 
Information Director Julian Tackett, The invocation was 
given by Bob Rogers, 

Mr. Davidson called upon Jim Graves. Superintendent 
of the Monroe County School District to present the 
appeal in the case of Chris Hughes. Chris had been 
declared ineligible under the provisions of By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule to represent Gamaliel High School in 
interscholastic athletics. Following the presentation of Mr. 
Graves and a discussion thereof, Pat Crawford moved, 
seconded by Chester Turner that By-Law 6 be waived in 
favor of Chris Hughes. The motion passed unanimously. 

There being no further appeals, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



;*,,,*; "KENTUCKY 

l?/i ATHLETIC 

'^1' DIRECTIONS" 

°"z" NINTH ANNUAL 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC 
DIRECTORS' CONFERENCE 
April 25-27, 1985 
Louisville Inn, Louisville, Kentucky 

CONFERENCE AGENDA 



THURSDAY. APRIL 25 

Exhibit Set Up 

Exhibit Area Open 

Registration 

Opening General Session 

Door Prizes 

Hospitalily Beer Blast 



3:00-4 30 p m 
6 00-11:00 pm 
6:00-7.30 p m 
7:30-8:30 p m 
8:30 p m. 
9:00pm,-? 



FRIDAY, APRIL 26 

Board of Directors Meeting 8 00-9:00 am 

Late Registration 9:00-1 1:00 am 

Exhibit Area Open 9:00 am -3.00 pm 

Workshop #1 9:30-10:30 am 

Topic: "Certification of Paraprofessionals in Coacfiing' 
Door Prizes 10 45 am 

Workshop #2 1 1:00-12,00 Noon 

Topic: "Recruiting of ttie Higti Scfiool Att)lete & NCAA Rules" 
Picnic Buffet Lunctieon/Door Pr 12:00-1:00 p,m 

Workshop #3 1 30-2:30 pm 

Topic: "Academic Advisors and tfie Higti Sctiool Atfilele" 
Exhibitors Hospitality 5.00-6:30 pm 

Conference Award Banquet 7:30-9:00 p.m. 

Hospitality Party 9 00-? 

SATURDAY. APRIL 27 

Exhibits Open 9:00 a m -1 00 p m 

Workshop #4 10:00-1 1:00 a. m 

Topic: "Faculty and Student Trainers" 
Conference Luncheon and 

Evacuation 1 1:30 a m. -1:00 p. m 

$400 Raffle & 50/50 Raffle 

Day At The Races 1:30-6.00 p. m 

ROOM KEY 

A-Ballroom Exhibit Area 
B-Balcony Exhibit Area 
C-Board Room-12th Floor 
D-Meeting Rooms A & 8 
E-Kentucky Room-12th Floor 



MOVING? 



1 In this space, attach on OLD address label (or. if you don't havea 
label, give us your address* 



STREET 
APT » 



2, And in this space please print your NEW address, 

NAME 

STREET : 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1985 




1984-85 NATIONAL FEDERATION 

SOFTBALL RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Rule Book 

Page 7 - 1-1-7 — In first line, after "mask," insert "and throat 
protector." Page 11 - 1-2-4 Note— In last line. ctiange"page92"to 
"page 84." Page 18 -2-9-1 Play 2— In fourtfi sentence ctiange "two- 
base" to "three-base " Page 30 -5-1-1-d — In second line, after "or 
3)" delete "a coach's box " Page 32 - 5-2-2 Play 3 — In first line 
change reference from "Bl" to "B2." 



SITUATION #1: A player assumes a position m the coach's box 
without wearing a protective helmet 

RULING: The umpire shall require the player to secure a protective 
helmet immediately If the player refuses, that player cannot 
occupy a coach's box While it is expected that some players will 
forget because of the new rule, habitual oversight by a team after 
being reminded a couple of times or so by the umpire shall result in 
a warning to the coach of that team that the next player to violate 
the rule shall be ejected 1-1-6 

SITUATION #2: The coach of Team A enters the coach's box 
without a protective helmet 

RULING: There is no violation Only players must wear a protective 
helmet while occupying a coach's box 1-1-6 
SITUATION #3: Between innings the umpire notices that outside 
the fence surrounding the field a pitcher is warming up with a 
player that is not wearing a mask with a throat protector. 
RULING: The umpire has authority to enforce the rule within the 
confines of the field Therefore, the player warming up without a 
mask with a throat protector would not be penalized. 1-1-7 
SITUATION #4: As R1 slides into second base, her protective 
helmet falls off. The umpire notices that R1 is wearing barrettes in 
her hair. 

RULING: All jewelry, not just exposed jewelry is prohibited. Since 
R1 has violated the rule, she must be removed from the lineup by 
the umpire This does not mean that she has to leave the game, but 
rather, she must use up her reentry privilege If she is a starter, she 
may reenter If she is a substitute, she cannot reenter and must 
leave the game upon being informed by the umpire of the 
infraction The coach shall tell the umpire whether or not R1 is to 
remain in the game (provided she is a starter) or if she will be 
replaced by another substitute. The scorekeeper must then be 
informed so that Rl's reentry status can be recorded. 1-1-9 
SITUATION #5: when taking her last warmup throw before facing 
the first batter, is discovered wearing a class ring by the umpire 
RULING: F1 must pitch to the first batter as required by rule, and is 
charged with a reentry, since she must be removed from the lineup 
as a result of the infraction 3-1-3 Note. 

SITUATION #6: R1 dives into first base and in so doing, a chain 
worn around her neck comes out. The umpire tells her that jewelry 
is prohibited She explains that the medallion on the chain is a 
religious medallion and the she must wear it at all times 
RULING: The umpire shall enforce the jewelry rule. R1 must be 
withdrawn from the lineup A religious medallin is permitted, but 
only if it is taped to the body and it is not attached to a chain. If it 
becomes exposed, the penalty should be enforced. 1-1-9, 3-3-1 
SITUATION #7: As Team A takes the field, the umpire notices all of 
its players wearing white, long sleeved undershirts, including the 
pitcher. 

RULING: Legal. The pitcher may wear any color of undershirt, 
including white, provided the other team does not object that it is 
distracting and the umpire agrees 1-1-5 

SITUATION #8: As Bl steps into the batter's box. the umpire hears 
a voice coming from Bl's batting helmet. The umpire asks Bl to 
remove her helmet for inspection. The umpire notices that a 
receiving device has been built into the helmet and the coach, while 
on the bench, has been giving instructions to his players by using a 
special transmitting device 

RULING: Non-traditional playing equipment, such as a receiving 
and transmitting device, is illegal 1-1-9 

SITUATION #9: During the pre-game umpire and 
coaches/captains conference, the coach of the home team tells the 
umpire that she wants to use an optic orange Softball. 
RULING: Only by state association adoption and with prior mutual 
consent by both coaches, is an optic orange Softball permitted. In 
the situation above, if the state association ha adopted the 
provision and both coaches agree to use the optic orange ball, then 
it will be allowed. 1-3-4 

SITUATION # 10: With a full count on Bl , the next pitch is on the 
corner and is called a strike. Bl's coach runs up to the umpire 
complaining about the call 

RULING: The umpire shall eject the coach for unsportsmanlike 
conduct. 3-3-1 -e 



SITUATION #1: While F1 is warming up between innings, the 
umpire goes out to the 16' circle to remind F1 that she must walk 
onto the pitcher's plate with her hands separated. Fl's coach 
rushes onto the field in a fit of rage and tells the umpire to leave F1 
alone, that she is legal in what she is doing 
RULING: Anytime anyone charges an umpire, that person shall be 
ejected without warning Because this is a new rule, the umpire 
may choose to remind both coaches during the pre-game 
conference that charging an umpire will result in ejection 3-3-1-e 
SITUATION #12: On a close play at second base, R1 is called out. 
Rl's coach races over to the umpire, but says nothing until he is 
within arm's length of the umpire. At that point, he says very 
courteously, that the fielder did not have possession of the ball. 
RULING: The umpire must use discretion in this case. If the coach 
did not display unsportsmanlike behavior as he ran onto the field, 
then the umpire should not eject him Coaches must approach 
umpires respectfully and becourteous when addressing them 3-3- 
1-e 

SITUATION #13: 81 , the pitcher, pops up for the third out. Before 
taking the field, she goes to get a drink of water near the concession 
stand When she arrives at the pitcher's place, the umpire signals 
"Play Ball." F1 says that she has one minute to warm up and is 
entitled to her five warm-up throws. 

RULING: The one-minute time limit begins immediately following 
the third out of the previous half-inning. Therefore, F1 would not be 
entitled to any warmup throws since she did not take them in the 
allowable one minute. Additionally, the batter will be awarded a ball 
if she does not pitch within 20 seconds after the umpire signals 
"Play Ball" 6-2-4, 6-1-7, 10 

SITUATION #14: B1 enters the batter's box with an illegal bat and 
the ball IS alive The (a) umpire or (b) defense defects the illegal bat. 
RULING: In (a) and (b) the batter shall be declared out 7-4-a 
SITUATION #15: Bl hits a single. After a pitch to B2, F2 asks the 
umpire to check the bat 81 used The umpire inspects the bat and 
agrees that it is illegal. 

RULING: Had the illegal bat been discovered before a pitch was 
delivered to B2, the infraction could have been enforced. As a result 
of a pitch being delivered, no penalty can be enforced for the 
infraction 7-4-a 

STIUATION #16: With R1 on first, 82, using an illegal bat grounds 
into a double play. The coach of the team at bat shows the umpire 
that B2 used an illegal bat and says that B2 should be declared out 
and R1 should return 

RULING: The team at bat can never benefit from the illegal bat 
penalty. Therefore, the umpire shall allow the play to stand. Even if 
the defense had detected an illegal bat, all outs would stand. 7-4-a 
SITUATION #17: Upon advancing to home, R1 has a violent 
collision with F2 is R1 to be ejected'' 

RULING: Unless the contact by R1 was malicious, R1 would not be 
ejected 

SITUATION #18: F5 is waiting for the throw while standing in the 
baseline. R1 maliciously runs over F5 as the throw goes into the 
dugout 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately. R1 is called out and ejected. 
Even though F5 was guilty of obstruction, the act of malicious 
contact supercedes the obstruction. 3-3-1-e. 8-3-2 
SITUATION #19: F2 is maliciously run over by R1 before R2 
reaches third base 

RULING: R1 s out and ejected. R2 returns to the base last legally 
occupied at the time of the infraction. Therefore. R2 would return to 
second base. 8-3-2 

SITUATION #20: 81 bunts the ball, drops the bat. which lands 
motionless in fair territory. The ball rolls into it and comes to rest in 
fair territory. 

RULING; Fair ball. 8-4-1-c 

SITUATION #21: Bl hits a slow roller down the first baseline in fair 
territory. The ball rolls into the bat that has not yet come to a 
complete stop. 

RULING: Unless the bat is motionless when the ball contacts it in 
fair territory, it is interference. The ball is dead immediately. The 
batter is out and runners return. 

SITUATION #22: Bis check swing produces a dribbler down the 
first baseline where it strikes the bat that is motionless. The ball 
deflects into fourl terntory. Is the ball fair or foul? 
RULING: Foul ball. It makes no difference that the ball hit the bat in 
fair territory. 2-8-2, 8-4-1-c 

SITUATION #23: After a close ball game, the coach of the losing 
team tells the umpire that because of a rule that was misapplied, her 
team lost. Both the coach and umpire want to check the 
interpretation Who should they contact? 

RULING: Requests for rule interpretations or clarifications should 
be directed to the appropriate state high school association, since 
It is responsible for administering and conducting its state's high 
school Softball programs. Rule Book Inside Front Cover. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1985 



PAGE FIVE 



1985 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT SITES 
Boys Girls 



1 


Hickman County 


33. 


Simon-Kenton 


2 


Heath 


34 


Holmes 


3 


Sedalia 


35. 


Newport Central Catholic 


4 


Mayfield 


36. 


Campbell County 


5 


Trigg County 


37. 


Harrison County* 


6 


Henderson County 


38. 


Pendleton County 


7 


Madisonville- 


39. 


Mason County 




North Hopkins 


40. 


Estill County 


8 


Christian County 


41. 


Frankfort 


9 


Owensboro 


42. 


Say re 


10 


Greenville 


43. 


Lafayette 


11 


Breckinridge County 


44. 


Model Laboratory 


12 


Ohio County 


45. 


Boyle County 


13 


Butler County 


46. 


Mercer County 


14 


Western Kentucky 


47. 


Russell County 




University 


48. 


Laurel County 


15 


Barren County 


49. 


Jackson County 


16 


Clinton County 


50. 


Williamsburg 


17 


North Hardin 


51. 


Middlesboro 


18 


Hart County 


52. 


Harlan 


19 


Nelson County 


53. 


Jenkms 


20 


Adair County 


54. 


M.C. Napier 


21 


Central 


55. 


Riverside Christian 


22 


Holy Cross 


56, 


Lee County 


23 


Doss 


57. 


Sheldon Clark 


24 


Iroquois 


58. 


Wheelwright 


25 


St. Xavier 


59. 


Dorton 


26 


Seneca 


60 


Belfry 


27 


Fern Creek 


61. 


Menifee County 


28 


Ballard 


62. 


East Carter 


29 


Bullitt East 


63. 


Raceland 


30 

31 


Anderson County 
Oldham County 


64. 


Holy Family 



1. Hickman County 

2. Heath 

3. Sedalia 

4. Mayfield 

5. Trigg County 

6. Henderson County 

7. Madisonville- 

North Hopkins 

8. Christian County 

9. Owensboro 

10. Greenville 

11. Breckinridge County 

12. Ohio County 

13. Butler County 

14. Franklin-Simpson 

15. Barren County 

16. Clinton County 

17. Elizabethtown 

18. Hart County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Adair County 

21. Central 

22 Holy Cross 

23. Doss 

24. Iroquois 

25. St. Xavier 

26. Seneca 

27. Fern Creek 

28. Ballard 

29. Bullitt East 

30. Anderson County 
31 Oldham County 
32. Grant County 



33 Simon-Kenton 

34. Holy Cross 

35. Newport Central Catholic 

36. Campbell County 

37. Bourbon County 

38. Augusta 

39. Mason County 

40. Estill County 

41. Frankfort 

42. Sayre 

43. Lafayette 

44. Model Laboratory 

45. Boyle County 

46. Mercer County 

47. Russell County 

48. Laurel County 

49. Jackson County 

50. Williamsburg 

51. Middlesboro 

52. Harlan 

53. Fleming-Neon 

54. M.C. Napier 

55. Riverside Christian 

56. Lee County 

57. Sheldon Clark 
58 Wheelwright 

59. Dorton 

60. Belfry 

61 . Menifee County 

62. East Carter 

63. Raceland 

64. Holy Family 



32. Scott County 



•-Nicholas County hosting 




Boys 



1985 



REGIONAL 



TOURNAMENT SITES 



1. Murray State University 

2. Hopkinsville 

3. Owensboro Sports Center 

4. Western Kentucky University 

5. Hart County 

6. Iroquois 

7. Ballard 

8. Henry County 

9. Campbell County 

10. Mason County 

11. Frankfort Convention Center 

12. Danville 

13. Bell County 

14. Leslie County 

15. Sheldon Clark 

16. Greenup County 



Girls 

1. Murray State University 

2. Trigg County 

3. Owensboro Sports Center 

4. Barren County 

5. Nelson County 

6. Iroquois 

7. Ballard 

8. Shelby County 

9. Dayton 

10. Harrison County 

11. Lafayette High School 

12. Boyle County 

13. Clay County 

14. Leslie County 

15. Belfry 

16. Rowan County 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1985 



1984 Boys' State-At-Large 

Champion 

HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row (Left to Right): Angel Diamond, IVIary Thompson, Second Row: Michelle Mulllns, Michelle 
Sasson, Missy Gibson. Third Row: Julie Ogger, Dee Dee Scott, Christy Jones, Meg Boyd. Back Row: 
Cathy Jackson, Sara Baylor, Teresa Hargett. 



1984 Girls' State-At-Large 

Champion 

GREENUP COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Bow (Left to Right): Angle Womack, Lisa Crisp. Second Row: Samantha Carter, Laura Kouns, 
Mishawna Glore. Third Row: Tonya McGuire, Andria Lintz, LaVonda Royster, Tonya Cole Grove, 
Carlynna Burton, Linette Woodard. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1985 



PAGE SEVEN 



1984 BOYS' "SWEET SIXTEEN " 

CHAMPIONS 

BOURBON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




(Left to Rigtit): Donna Mogge, Becky Hamilton, Julie 
Lehamann, Jenny Wells, Delinda Carl, Rebecca 
Caywood, Tammy Alaflta, Sliandra Griggs, Sybil 
Woodward. 



1984 GIRLS' "SWEET SIXTEEN " 

CHAMPIONS 

LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL 




Bottom Row (Left to Right): Stephanie Howard, 
Heather Wonn. Top Row: Kelli Williamson, Jill 
Schmuck, Cindy Lindon, Kristen Burton, Lauralee 
Bulock, Kristin Doyle. 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 



Participating cheerleader and sponsor regis- 
tration: all cheerleading squads and/or sponsors 
are asked to stop by the KAPOS table to: 

1. Register your squad. 

2. Pick up important information and materials for 
you and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there will be 
high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They can be identified by their hostess armbands. 
Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn they may 
seek you and your cheerleaders to be interviewed 
by one of the radio commentators. In order to make 
their task easier, we are asking that you register 
your seat, row and section number. A possible radio 
interview is often missed because the guides could 
not locate the desired person in time for the 
interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all sponsors 
and cheerleaders that KAPOS hosts a Hospitality 
Room for participating cheerleaders. We cordially 
invite you to have refreshments, socialize with 
friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps get help with 
your problems. 

"Sweet 16" Cheerleading Squads: Attention 
Principals! If your team will be participating in the 
State Tournament, included in the packet sent to 
you by the KHSAA will be a letter pertaining to your 
cheerleading squad. Be sure to look for this and 
relay all information to your cheerleader sponsor. 
We request that your cheerleaders be chaperoned 
by a well qualified, school approved adult. 
Verification of this, along with yoursponsor's name, 
must be contained in the letter of confirmation 
which you will receive. This letter must be in the 
hands of a KAPOS officer prior to the time that your 
cheerleaders take the floor. 



Important! Please be sure that your school is a 
paid member of KAPOS or pays the fee before their 
first game in order for your squad to compete for the 
cheerleading awards in the State Tournament. The 
winners of these awards will be determined by use 
of the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which 
appears in the KAPOS Handbook. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding cheer- 
leading squads with the recognition they so well 
deserve. All cheerleader awards will be presented 
between games on Friday night of the State 
Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad in the Boys' 
Sweet Sixteen will receive the Ted Sanford Trophy; 
in the Girls' Sweet Sixteen the Tom Mills Award. The 
runner-up cheerleading squad will receive atrophy, 
with the third and fourth place squads being 
awarded plaques. In addition, the special K-Pep 
Award will be presented. All tournament cheer- 
leading squads and their sponsors are asked to be 
located close to the playing floor so they can easily 
come on the floor should they be called for an 
award. 

GOVERNOR COLLINS DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good Sportsman- 
ship Month, KAPOS has always tried to put special 
emphasis on being a good sport at tournament time. 
Being a good sport is part of being a good citizen. 
We don't believe that good citizens need to be 
reminded to exemplify good sportsmanship. 
However, it is especially fitting at tournament time 
to remind all citizens that it is a privilege to be able to 
attend the games and that each individual can 
contribute to the success of the tournament if he will 
abide by the KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed 
proclaimed by Governor Collins. The Governor's 
proclamation is on display at the KAPOS table. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1985 



STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is annually given to cheerleading 
squads otiier than those sixteen fortunate enough 
to participate with their teams in the State 
Tournament. The winner will receive the Jane 
Meyer trophy, while the runner-up will receive the 
President's Trophy. Plaques will be given to the 
third and fourth place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that are 
KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for the 
honor of representing their district in the KAPOS 
Region-At-Large cheerleading competition. The 
winner and runner-up of each district will progress 
to the region. In turn the girls' varsity winner and the 
boys' winner and runner-up from each region is 
allowed to compete for the title of State-At-Large 
Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the Girls' State-At-Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M., on Saturday, March 16, in 
the Warren Central High School Gymnasium, 559 
Morgantown Road, Bowling Green. Judging for the 
Boys' State-At-Large winners will take place at 8:30 
A.M., on Saturday, March 23, at Memorial Coliseum, 
Lexington. The public is invited to these 
outstanding events. The admission charge of $2.00 
will go toward the expenses of KAPOS scholarship 
award, details of which are supplied below. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will be 
awarded to the top squads, in addition to several 
special awards. 



NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel to help at 
the tournament. This involves at least 12 to 15 
people. It is also backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated persons who 
have indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided they get a release from their 
administrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is 
seeking your understanding and cooperation 
should you be asked to release a teacher from his or 
her duties to help carry on the work that KAPOS is 
doing to make cheerleading a worthwhile 
educational experience in the State of Kentucky. 



STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. 
Gilb Scholarship to an outstanding and well- 
deserving cheerleader from Kentucky. One of your 
cheerleaders may be a potential scholarship winner, 
so get your applications in early. Applications must 
be turned in no later than April 15. Contact a KAPOS 
board member or officer for application forms, or 
pick them up at the State Tournament KAPOS 
Table. 



Be A Good 
Sport 




Back Your 
School 



PORTRAITS 

by James J. Metcalf 

Cheerleaders seem to have such fun 

As they jump up and down 

To draw the roars that often help 

The team achieve renown. 

And surely they enjoy It but 

It is not childish play 

For they must practice their routines 

For hours, day by day. 

Their task requires patience and 

A lot of energy 

To get the stands to yell or sing 

In perfect harmony. 

They go all out to boost morale 

That may decide the game 

But ask no recognition, and 

Acquire little fame. 

And so it should be all through life 

To bring a brighter dawn 

Good cheer that somehow may 

Help someone to carry on. 



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PAGE NINE 




1985 NATIONAL FEDERATION 

TRACK AND FIELD 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Rule Book 

Page 37 — Rule 6-3-6 — Add 'Gloves are not permitted." Page 39 
— Rule 6-4-7 — Add: 'Gloves are not permitted," Page 40 — Rule 6- 
5-6 — Add: "Gloves are not permitted." 
Case Book 

Page 4 — S.R 3.2 3 — Change "pole vault" to "tiigh|ump" In fourth 
line Page 28 — S.R. 4.5,8E — Change "stopwatch" to "watch." 
Page 43 — S.R. 6 2 9B — Change "2-minute" to "!';■ minute" in 
situation and ruling and change "1:55" to "1 25" in third line of 
situation Page 49 — SR 7.3 16A — Change "2-minute" to "I'/ 
minute" in ruling 



SITUATION #1: In the shot put, A1 appears in the ring with (a) the 
two middle fingers of the putting hand taped tightly together, or (b) 
the two middle fingers taped tightly together and connected by 
tape to the back of the hand or around the wrist, or (c) wearing a 
tight leather glove on the putting finger 
RULING: Legal in (a). Illegal in (b) and (c) (6-4-7) 
COMMENT: Rule 6-4-7 says in part, "there sfiail be no connecting 
tape or covering between the fingers and palm or back of the hand, 
or between the wrist and palm or back of the hand." The Rules 
Committee has also clarified that gloves are not permitted in the 
throwing events. (See publication corrections above ) 
SITUATION #2: A1 appears in the discus circle with a cast that 
extends around the thumb and onto part of the hand on the non- 
throwing arm. 
RULING: Legal (6-3-6) 

COMMENT: It is not the intent of the rule to prohibit tape, casts, or 
gloves on the non-throwing hand or arm. 

SITUATION #3: A1 loses a shoe in the first 1 00 m of the 1 600 m race. 
A1 continues on and places third. 

RULING: In the absence of any evidence that this was a willful act 
to circumvent the rule, A1 would not be disqualified for the 
unintentional loss of a shoe during a race. (4-3-1 : 4-5-7) 
SITUATION #4: In the preliminaries of the 4 x 100 m relay, Team A 
who is the heavy favorite, is disqualified for a false start. When the 
race is restarted. Team B (a) wishes to change the order of running, 
or (b) substitute one of its alternates for the lead-off runner 
RULING: Legal in (a) and (b) provided it does not delay the start (5- 
9-2; 5-9-3; S.R. 5,9,28) 

SITUATION #5: In the girls' 4 x 100 m relay. Team A is wearing 
Identical school uniforms, except that A1 is wearing black 
Leotards under her trunks and A2 (swearing red leotards under her 
trunks. The coach of Team B protests that if more than one runner 
is wearing leotards, they must be of the same color 
RULING: The protest will be denied. Identical uniform 
requirements in the relays only address the jersey and trunks or 
apparel worn under the jersey by more than one team member. (4- 
3-4) 

SITUATION #6: Nine competitiors in the high jump have cleared 
6'4" on their first attempt. None of these competitors have had a 
failed try up to this height. When the bar is raised to6'5", A1 , A2and 
B1 elect to pass the height. The six remaining competitors fail to 
clear 6'5" on all three attempts The three remaining competitors, 
who passed 6'5", all fail their three attempts at 6'6 ". The jump-off 
begins with the bar placed at 6'5" and all nine competitors are given 
one more try at that height. Only A1 clears the height Team B 
protests that A1 should have been reguired to jump at 6'6" (the last 
height at which A1 failed). 

RULING: The procedure was correct. (7-3-17d 1) 
COMMENT: All competitors eligible for the jump-off to determine 
first place must start at the same height. It would not be fair to ask 
the SIX who failed at 6'5" to jump at 6'6" or to penalize the three 
competitors who passed 6'5" 

SITUATION #7: While inspecting the facilities prior to competition, 
the pole vault judge notices that one of the pins that supports the 
crossbar is taped or has a protective cap The meet manager 
indicates that the ends of the pins are covered to reduce the hazard 
to the vaulter should the standards fall into the pit 
RULING: While the meet manager's concern is admirable, the rules 
prohibit aids of any type which might help hold the crossbar in 
place. (7-4-6) 

COMMENT: Safety considerations in the pole vault is a point of 
special emphasis this year. Among the recommendations is that all 
exposed projections n the base of the standards or uprights should 
be padded or covered This would include ad|ustment knobs and 
any projections except the pins that hold the crossbar. 
SITUATION #8: During a warm-up period prior to the meet, A1 
disrespectfully addresses the pole vault judge. The 
unsportsmanlike conduct is reported to the referee and A1 is 
disqualified from participation in the meet. A1 's coach protests that 
the competitor can't be disqualified prior to the competition. 



RULING: The protest will be denied The referee's jurisdiction, 
including his authority to disqualify a competitor for 
unsportsmanlike conduct begins when the referee arrives at the 
meet site and concludes thirty minutes following the last event. (3- 
4-2, 4-5-1) 

SITUATION #9: A1 qualifies for the finals in the long jump at the 
state final meet In the finals, competitors take theirtrials in reverse 
order of their qualifying jump A1 failes toreport for the finals until 
all but one competitor is left to take his/her trial. 
RULING: Unless A1 was the top qualifier and, therefore, last in the 
order of trials. A1 has forfeited all three attempts in the finals and 
A1 s mark in the preliminaries will have to stand as his/her best 
effort for placing (7-5-10) 

SITUATION #10: In the 4 x 100 m relay, the inspector on the first 
curve waves a red flag indicating that Team A, running in lane 1 , did 
not complete their exchange within the limits of the exchange 
zone At the second exchange, 82 running in lane 2, completes the 
exchange but immediately leaves the rack crossing in front of 
outgoing runner A3 causing interference 

RULING: Both Team A and 8 will be disqualified The fact that an 
inspector had previously signalled a violation by Team A that led to 
Its disqualification has no bearing on the action of A2in interfering 
with 83 (5-9-8) 

SITUATION #11: In the triple jump, the scratch line is located 32 
feet from the landing pit. Team A has one or more jumpers who 
have the ability to jump 45 to 48 feet and Team A's coach protests 
that the 32 foot scratch line causes the jumpers to land in the pit on 
the step portion, severely handicapping them in the final jump 
phase 

RULING: Meet management would be advised to adjust the scratch 
line so that it does not handicap any of the jumpers in the 
competition (7-5-7) 

COMMENT: A note has been added to the above rule indicating 
that the take-off board or scratch line may be adjusted to 
accommodate "different levels of competition." A case may also be 
made for adjusting scratch lines to meet "the caliber of 
competition " 

SITUATION #12: In a dual cross country meet, Team A has five 
competitors and Team 8 has ten Team A runners finish 1 , 2, 6, 7 
and 15, while Team B runnersfinish3, 4,5,8,9, 10, 11 , 12, 13and 14 
There is a disagreement as to whether Team A wins 28-29, or Team 
8 wins 29-31 

RULING: Team A wins 28-29. Only seven runners can figure into 
the scoreing. Because Team 8's 7th runner finished in 1 1 th place, 
A5 IS awarded 12th place in figuring the team's score (9-4-1) 
SITUATION #13: In a dual meet, just as A4 crosses the finish line in 
the 4 X 400 m relay, nonparticipating teammate A5 runs onto the 
track to congratulate A4 and in the process knocks down 84 After 
getting up, 84 walks off the track without crossing the finish line 
RULING: Team A's relay team will be disqualified and A5 will b 
disqualified from the meet Because Team Bdid not finish the race, 
no points will be awarded for this race (4-5-3; 4-5-6) 
SITUATION #14: The 4 x 400 m relay is started from a three-turn 
stagger Following the race, it is discovered that the staggers used 
in lanes 2 through 8 were for two turns As this is the last running 
event, the referee announces that the race will be rerun in 30 
minutes When one or more of the teams protest that their 
competitors are not physically able to rerun the race, the referee 
announces that the race will not be rerun and that the places in the 
original race will stand. 

RULING: While the decision does come under the prerogative of 
the referee, there is strong support for abiding by the original 
decision even if the rerun was postponed for 45 minutes or longer. 
A decision to rerun the race falls within the guidelines contained in 
situation-ruling 3 4.2A in the case book (3-4-3) 
SITUATION #15: In a conference meet involving five places, the top 
six girls are advanced to the finals in the shot put event. A1 , who 
was the sixth place qualifier following the preliminary round, 
finished first after the final round of throws It is discovered (a) 
during the final round of trials, or (b) after the final round of trials 
have been completed but before the meet is over, that A1 did not, in 
fact, have the sixth best qualifying mark, and that the judge had 
overlooked a better qualifying performance by 81. 
RULING: In (a), 81 would be permitted to take her final round of 
trials and any marks made by A1 in the final round of trials would 
count towards the final placing In (b), A1 would be the winner and 
81 would not be permitted to take any additional throws. (6-1-3; 6- 
2-4; 4-4-1) 

COMMENT: When an event is over, it is too late to take away any 
throws correctly or incorrectly awarded to a competitor. The only 
way you can change the final placing is if a competitor is found to 
be an ineligible athlete, or has exceeded participation limitations. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1985 




1985 Baseball 
Districts and Regions 



REGION I 

District 1: Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah Tllghman, 
Reidland, St. Mary 

District 2: Fancy Farm, Farmington, Lowes, Wingo, 
Symsonia 

District 3: Ballard Memorial, Carlisle Co., Fulton Co., 
Hickman Co., Fulton 

REGION 2 

District 4: Christian Co., Ft. Campbell, Hopkinsville. 
Trigg Co. 

District 5: Caldwell Co., Crittenden Co., Livingston 
Central, Lyon Co. 

District 6: Marshall Co., Calloway Co., Murray, Mayfield 

REGION 3 

District 7: Henderson Co., Providence, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

Districts: Dawson Springs, McLean Co., Madisonville- 
N. Hopkins, South Hopkins, West Hopkins 

District 9: Apollo, Daviess Co., Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic 

REGION 4 

District 10: Bremer, Central City, Drakesboro, Graham. 
Greenville, Hughes-Kirk, Muhlenberg Central 

District 11: Breckinridge Co., Fordsville, Hancock Co., 
Ohio Co., St. Romuald, Trinity 

District 12: Butler Co., Grayson Co., Edmonson Co., 
Hart Co. 

REGION 5 

District 13: Bowling Green, Franklm-Simpson, Potter, 
Warren East, Warren Central 

District 14: Russellville, Todd Co. Central, Logan Co. 

District 15: Allen Co., Barren Co., Glasgow, Caverna 

District 16: Clinton Co., Cumberland Co., Gamaliel, 
Metcalfe Co., Tompkinsville 

REGIONS 

District 17: East Hardin, Elizabelhtown, Ft. Knox, Meade 
Co., North Hardin, West Hardin 

District 18: Adair Co., Campbellsville, Marion Co., 
Taylor Co., Green Co . LaRue Co 

District 19: Bardstown, Bethlehem, Nelson Co., 
Washington Co. 

District 20: Bullitt East, North Bullitt, Bullitt Central, 
Spencer Co. 

REGION? 
District 21: Butler, Holy Cross, Pleasure Ridge Park, 

Western 

District 22: DeSales, Iroquois, Southern 
District 23: Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale. Valley 
District 24: Central, Portland Christian, Evangel, 

Shawnee 

REGION 8 
District 25: duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier, Ninth & O 
District 26: Ballard, Eastern, Waggener, Kentucky 

Country Day 
District 27: Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Moore 
District 28: Atherton, Christian Academy, Seneca, 

Trinity 



REGION 9 

District 29: Boone Co., Conner, Dixie Heights, Lloyd 
Memorial, St. Henry, Simon-Kenton 

District 30: Bellevue, Dayton, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic 

District 31: Bishop Brossart, Campbell Co., Highlands 
Silver Grove. Scott 

District 32: Beechwood, Covington Catholic, Holmes, 
Holy Cross, Ludlow 

REGION 10 

District 33: Grant Co., Pendleton Co., Walton-Verona, 
Williamstown 

District 34: Carroll Co., Gallatin Co., Owen Co., Trimble 
Co. 

District 35: Augusta, Bracken Co., Fleming Co., Lewis 
Co. 

District 36: Mason County, Maysville, St. Patrick, 
Tollesboro, Deming 

REGION 11 

District 37: Eminence, Henry Co., Oldham Co.. Shelby 
Co. 

District 38: Franklin Co., Frankfort, Scott Co., Western 
Hills 

District 39: Bourbon Co., Harrison Co., M.M.I., Nicholas 
Co., Paris 

District 40: Anderson Co., Harrodsburg, Mercer Co., 
Woodford Co., Burgin 

REGION 12 

District 41: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Tates Creek 

District 42: Boyle Co., Danville, Garrard Co., Jessamine 
Co., Casey Co. 

District 43: Berea, Estill Co., Madison, Madison Central, 
Model 

REGION 13 

District 44: Pulaski Co., Somerset, Lincoln Co., Russell 
Co. 

District 45: McCreary Co., Monticello, Wayne Co. 

District 46: Clay Co , Jackson Co., Laurel Co., Oneida, 
Rockcastle Co., Red Bird 

District 47: Barbourville, Corbin, Lynn Camp, Knox 
Central, Williamsburg, Whitley Co. 

REGION 14 

District 48: Breathitt Co., Fleming Neon, Jenkins, Knott 
Co., Riverside Christian, Whitesburg, Letcher, Cordia 

District 49: Buckhorn. Combs Memorial, Leslie Co., 
M.C Napier, Hazard 

District 50: Cawood, Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan, Bell 
Co., Middlesboro, Pineville, Lone Jack 

District 51: Jackson, Lee Co., Owsley Co., Powell Co., 
Wolfe Co. 

REGION 15 

District 52: Boyd Co., Holy Family. Lawrence Co., Paul 
Blazer 

District 53: Fairview, Greenup Co., Raceland. Russell 

District 54: Clark Co., Menifee Co., Montgomery, Bath 
Co. 

District 55: East Carter, Elliott Co., Rowan Co., West 
Carter 

REGION 16 

District 56: Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds Creek, Johns 
Creek, Phelps 

District 57: Johnson Central, Morgan Co., Magoffin Co., 
Paintsville, Sheldon Clark 

District 58: Betsy Layne, Allen Central, McDowell, 
Prestonsburg, Wheelwright 

District 59: Dorton, Millard, Mullins, Pikeville, VIrgle 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1985 



PAGE ELEVEN 




^ 



REGISTERED 
SOFTBALL 
OFFICIALS 



(Phone numbers will be 

available by request from 

K.H.S.A.A.) 



Amis, John Paul 
Amis, Kenneth 
Anderson, Ron W. 
Ash, Mikie L. 
Bagby, Garry A. 
Baker, Darrell W. 
Baldwin, Denny E. 
Ball, Philip 
Barlow, Billy 
Beamus, Jr., Paul 
Beavers, Daniel F. 
Bell, Michael L. 
Benton, Kevin 
Biliter, Kenneth 
Bollinger, Bill 
Boone, Susie K. 
Borders, Gary A, 
Boyd, Thomas P- 
Brady, Ron 
Bruenderman, Mary 
Bryant, Jimmy W, 
Burkeen, Phillip C. 
Bush, Jerry R. 
Caldwell, Jr., Edgar 
Campbell, Dexter Lane 
Campbell, Mike 
Caudill, Roy 
Childress. Jeffrey 
Clark, James M. 
Clarke, Cathy 
Combs, John E. 
Cooper, Frederic 
Crick, James E. 
Crittenden, Fred M. 
Crittenden, Glenn 
Cunningham, Steve 
Curnutte, Mike D. 
Davis, Jay Warren 
Davis, Jimmie W. 
Davis, William E. 
Donohue, W.J. 
Durbin, Morris 
Dyke, Orville D. 
Everly, Phyllis J. 
Fetter, Susan 
Fleming, Stanley Wayne 
Gordon, George T. 
Gordon, Roy T. 
Gosman, Carroll E. 
Gosney, Donna J. 
Graham, John A. 
Grisgsby. Bobby 
Gritton, Larry A. 
Gumm, Gregory S. 
Hamby, Thomas E. 
Harkleroad, Thomas S. 
Hawkins. Stewart D. 
Hayes, James V. 
Herbstreith, Terry L. 
Hilliard, W. Gerald 
Holmes, Lois L. 
Howard, Linda 



Buckhorn 

Buckhorn 

Louisville 

APO 

Greensburg 

Knifley 

Valley Station 

Middlesboro 

Summer Shade 

Louisville 

Princeton 

Glendale 

Drakesboro 

Raccoon 

Owensboro 

Lexington 

Bardstown 

LaGrange 

Florence 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Bowling Green 

Louisville 

Helton 

Ulvah 

Covington 

Shepherdsville 

Greenville 

Winchester 

Lexington 

Berea 

Louisville 

Greenville 

Radcliff 

Covington 

Fort Thomas 

Greensburg 

Princeton 

Sacramento 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Pleasureville 

Central City 

Crestwood 

Greenville 

Louisville 

Shelbyville 

Bedford 

Fort Thomas 

Lexington 

Ary 

Oneida 

Greensburg 

Hopkinsville 

Berea 

Chaplin 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Hopkinsville 

Louisville 

Elizabethtown 



Hume, Carlos M. 
idol, Sr., Billy Joe 
James, Janice Kaye 
Johnson, Kenneth W. 
Johnson, Paul W. 
Jones, Denver 
Kelly, Darnell 
Davis, Jimmie W. 
Kennedy, Russ 
Kessler, Randy 
King, James A. 
Klette, Thomas L. 
Knight, Rodney 
Kolodey, William F. 
Leep, Jr., John B. 
Logsdon, David L. 
Luckett, Martha 
Lusk, Michael 
Mallory, James R. 
Marlette, Ronald L. 
Mathews, Arthur E. 
Matusiak, Marty 
McCowan, Connell 
McFalls, Garry R. 
McHargue, Walter T. 
Mertle, Jenny Niehaus 
Miller, William J. 
Nelson, Rick G. 
Newton, Dennis W. 
Parker, Melanie 
Peace, Richard L. 
Pearl, Jr., George W. 
Peavler, Jerry 
Pietrowski, Paul 
Prather, Turk 
Price, Jim 

Robbins, Michael J. 
Russell, Nathan Lynn 
Sirls, Brenda M. 
Smart, John S. 
Spears, Larry C. 
Stacy, Vickie E. 
Stevens, Robert L. 
Strain, Andrew J. 
Stuedle, Sr., Raymond J. 
Sturgeon, Larry G. 
Temple, Thomas M. 
Tharp, Jim 
Themann, Genelle R. 
Tindle, Jr., Lester 
Turley, Jr., Roy M. 
Decker, Jackie 
Vaughn, Ronald b. 
Wade, Charles O. 
Watkins, David 
Williams, James A. 
Wilson, Kenneth H. 
Wilson, Larry W. 
Wingfield, III, Felix G. 
Wixson, Robert M. 
Young, Arthur J. 



Louisville 
Middlesboro 
Glasgow 
Morehead 
Fort Knox 
Hazard 
Owensboro 
Sacramento- 
Frankfort 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Edgewood 
Greenville 
Louisville 
Carrollton 
Louisville 
Owensboro 
Bardstown 
Louisville 
Frankfort 
Henderson 
Elizabethtown 
Corbin 
Radcliff 
Bedford 
Dayton 

Dawson Springs 
Middlesboro 
Louisville 
Georgetown 
Pineville 
Louisville 
Harrodsburg 
Corbin 
LaGrange 
Greenville 
Independence 
Burgin 
Benton 
Hardinsburg 
Benton 
West Liberty 
Louisville 
Radcliff 
Louisville 
Freburn 
Crestwood 
Louisville 
Versailles 
Mt. Washington 
Winchester 
Morehead 
Henderson 
Elizabethtown 
Crestwood 
Bowling Green 
Livermore 
Shelbyville 
Louisville 
Monticello 
Louisville 



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(continued from Inside Front Cover) 

8 Never criticize the players or coaches for the loss of a game. 

9 Respect the judgment and strategy of the coach. Refrain from 
being a second guesser. 

10. Avoid profane language and obnoxious behavior which are anti- 
thetical to good sportsmanship 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CHEERLEADERS 

Since the cheerleaders are the chosen representatives of the student 
body they have an unusual opportunity and a significant responsibility 
for promoting good sportsmanship Cheerleaders should be chosen 
who are respected by fellow students The most aggressive and vocal 
individual does not necessarily make the best cheerleader. By setting a 
good example the cheerleaders can influence and help control the 
reactions of student spectators 
Cheerleaders should: 
1 Establish standards of desirable behavior for the cheerleaders and 

pep club 
2. Select positive cheers which praise their own team without 
antagonizing their opponents 

3 Use discretion in selecting when to cheer. Give the opposing team 
equal opportunity to execute their cheers. 

4 Give encouragement to injured players and recognition to out- 
standing performances for either team. 

5. Serve as hosts to the visiting cheerleaders. Ivleet them upon arrival 
and if time permits introduce them to friends and show them the 
school. Visit at half-time. 

6. Hold a series of well-planned pep meetings in which students are 
reminded that the reputation of the school depends largely upon 
the behavior of its students at athletic contests. It should be empha- 
sized that no derogatory remarks, or booing should be made at any 
time. 

7. For desired spectator response, cheers should be executed with 
precision and ease. 

8. Develop a large repertoire of desirable and timely cheers which 
may be called upon at appropriate moments 

9. Always maintain enthusiasm and composure especially in trying 
circumstances, remembering your responsibilities for leadership. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE OFFICIALS 

Competent officials are essential for a smoothly functioning and fair 
contest. They determine to a great extent the behavior of the 
spectators. 

A competent official will; 

1. Place the welfare of the players above all other considerations. 

2. Accept his position in an unassuming manner. Showboating and 
over-officiating are never acceptable. 

3. Know the rules thoroughly and give intelligent interpretations to 
the players and coaches whenever necessary 

4. Maintain confidence and poise, controlling the game from start to 
finish "Rabbit ears" detract from an official's efficiency. 

5 Publicly shake hands with the coaches of both teams before the 
contest. 

6. Work cooperatively with fellow officials, scorers and timers for an 
efficient contest. 

7. Withdraw from the playing area without delay at half-time and at 
the end of the contest 

8. Never attempt to "even-up" or compensate for a previous mistake. 

9. Never exhibit emotions nor argue with a player or coach when 
enforcing the rules. 

10. Be swift and decisive when reacting to a violation and beexplicit in 
communicating the nature of the foul. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 

Less visible than the coaching staff but nevertheless of great 
importance to the overall program of sportsmanship is the Athletic 
Director. The numerous details which are essential for a smoothly 
functioning educational contest require the efforts of an individual 
dedicated to the true purpose of school activities. The philosophy 
which this person holds is reflected in the policies and procedures 
which he initiates, the behavior of the coaches and players, and in the 
conduct of all athletic contests. This person must subscribe to and 
promote the ideal of sportsmanship 

A responsible athletic director will; 

1. Secure competent officials who will be completely satisfactory to 
both teams. Provide adequate compensation to assure quality 
officiating. 

2. Provide sufficient faculty and police supervision for spectator 
control. 

3. Provide opportunities for informing student and adult spectators 
of the rules, strategies and penalties of various athletic contests. 

4. Schedule only opponents who have similar standards and who are 
equal in ability. 

5. Avoid scheduling opponents when rivalry has reached the point 
that unruly behavior has become an accepted matter of course 

6. Enlist the support of student leaders in the development of sports- 
manship program. 



7 Work closely with the cheerleaders in the techniques of spectator 
management. 

8. Secure competent public address announcers who promote the 
fundamentals of sportsmanship and who do not elicit undesirable 
spectator reactions 

9 tyiaintain a good relationship with the press, keep them well 
informed of the activities and the objectives of the program. 
10. Provide opportunities for pre-game and post-game social inter- 
action among the players and coaches of both teams. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ADMINISthATOR 

The administrator must establish the importance of the 
fundamentals of good sportsmanship in the minds of the entireschool 
family and all those who associate with any of the school's activities. 
The quality of sportsmanship displayed at Athletic Contests reflects 
the quality of leadership provided by the administration. 
A responsible administrator would; 

1. Never allow any activity to supersede or interfere with the 
educational obiectives of the school. Victory celebrations, game 
rallies, and unscheduled bursts of mass enthusiasm should not be 
permitted to interfere with the school program. 
2 Establish definite eligibility policies and procedures and be sure 
that they are thoroughly understood. 

3. Prevent outside influences from exerting undue pressure upon the 
athletic program. 

4. Promote good relationships with civic organizations and acquaint 
them with their responsibilities for good sportsmanship. 

5. Be sure the parents thoroughly understand what the school 
expects of its players. 

6. Take an active role in the development of athletic policies. 

7. Be sure that all students have a definite understanding of the kinds 
of behavior expected of them. 

8. Support and encourage school programs designed to deepen an 
understanding of sportsmanship. 

9. Recommend to the Board of Education the employment of athletic 
coaches who are concerned primarily with educational objectives 
and the well being of the students 

10. Establish good rapport with the radio and press relative to their 
obligation for promoting good sportsmanship. 

COMMUNICATIONS 

Press, radio and television personnel have a considerable influence 
in molding public opinion and behavior concerning interscholastic 
athletics. Writers and commentators frequently have opportunities to 
point out favorable and unfavorable behavior and make it a topic of 
public discussion. The cooperation of these individuals could do a 
great deal to foster good sportsmanship in the community- 
It is essential that representatives of the communication media; 

1 Promote the ideals and fundamentals of good sportsmanship. 

2 Report acts of sportsmanlike behavior without giving undue 
publicity to unsportsmanlike conduct. 

3 Report the facts without demonstrating partiality to the other team. 

4 Give recognition to the efforts of all who participate in the contest. 

5. Refrain from riding or making a "goat" of a player who has had 
misfortune in the contest. 

6. Know the rules and help communicate this knowledge to the 
public. 

7. Sponsor sportsmanship awards for players and spectators. 

Far reaching efforts are currently being made to improve the quality 
of sportsmanship in school athletic programs. Several state high 
school athletic associations have designated sportsmanship days. 
Schools are encouraged to give special emphasis to sportsmanship on 
these occasions. Athletic conferences have developed special 
sportsmanship rating systems for which schools compete Many high 
schools in all parts of the country have developed codes which 
students themselves have authored. Other attempts to "sell" the ideal 
of good sportsmanship include assembly programs, clinics, essay 
contests, forensic topics, editorials in the school newspaper, rating 
forms, sportsmanship handbooks, and promotional programs 
sponsored by clubs and student councils. 

In developing sportsmanship behavior, the most meaningful growth 
occurs when an individual experiences acts of good sportsmanship. 
To acquire such behavior patterns one must be exposed to numerous 
situations in which he can accumulate first hand experiences. 
Probably one of the best methods of promoting sportsmanship is the 
"critical incident" technique. This technique involves the use of 
specific instances as they arise in a school's athJetic program. When an 
act of unsportsmanlike behavior occurs, creative leaders should 
reconstruct the incident providing students with the opportunity to 
discuss and evaluate the occurrence in terms of good sportsmanship. 

Sports in America are significant. Sports in schools and colleges set 
the pattern for the entire structure of sports in our communities. 
Without appropriate behavior on the part' of all personnel involved in 
the playing, administering, and patronizing athletic contests the 
opportunity to create and maintain a favorable atmosphere for the 
preservation of democratic values through this facet will be lost. 
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MARCH, 1985 



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1985 
ANNUAL 
MEETING 



The business meeting of the Delegate Assembly of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association will be held on 
Friday, April 19, 1985 at 11:00 am, at the KH.S A. A. office 
building, 560 East Cooper Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution, the following proposals for changes in the 
rules of the Association, to be acted upon at the annual 
meeting, are hereby submitted to all members of the 
K.H.S.A.A. for their information. No proposals other than 
these may be considered at the Annual Meeting, except by 
a two-thirds vote of the delegates 

PROPOSAL I 

Principal Thomas L. Hood of Dayton High School 
proposes that the following changes be made in Article IV 
of the Constitution of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. 

ARTICLE IV: ADMINISTRATION AND LEGISLATION 
Section 1 - Officers (Be changed to read) 

The officers of the Association shall be a Commissioner 
and a Board of Control composed of eighteen (18) 
members, at least two (2) shall be black 

Section 2 - Procedures of Election & Board of Control 

(Shall be changed to read) 
B. Board of Control 

1. Members of the Board of Control shall be 
elected for a period of four (4) years by a vote of 
the representatives of member schools in each 
region. 

2. There shall be one (1) memberfromeachof the 
sixteen (16) basketball regions. 

3. In addition there shall be two (2) blacks elected 
(Federal Court Decree), one (1) shall be 
elected to represent Regions 1 through 8 and 
one (1) shall be elected to represent Regions 9 
through 16. 

4. All Board of Control members shall be full-time 
certified employees of their respective Boards 
of Education. 

5. Notifications to the Representatives of each 
school in each Region, in which the member is 
to be elected, must be made by the Commis- 
sioner not later than January 1. 

6. To be eligible for membership to the Board of 
Control, one must be a certified employee of an 
accredited K.H.S.A.A. member school or 
system in the region, he/she is to represent and 
must remain in that region during his/her term 
of office. Serving in a part time capacity or on 
leave of absence or on sick leave in any of these 
capacities will terminate the eligibility of the 
member and the remaining members of the 
Board shall fill the vacancy within sixty (60) 
days in the same manner as that prescribed for 
the regular election of the Board Members. 

7. Nominations tor membership on the Board of 
Control, signed by five (5) representatives, of 
their region, shall be in the hands of the 
Commissioner, for regions that elect during the 
year, not later than midnight January 31 

8. Ballots for election shall be distributed by the 
Commissioner before February 15, and re- 
turned on or before March 1. 



9. Results of the election shall be tabulated by the 
Commissioner, announced at the meeting of 
the Delegate Assembly, and published in the 
April issue of the "Athlete". 

10 Terms of Board Members shall be staggered so 
that four (4) will be elected each year. 

11. At the Organization Meeting in July, the 

members of the Board of Control shall elect 
from their membership a President and Vice- 
President to serve for one (1) year. They shall 
not be eligible to serve for more than two (2) 
one-year terms in succession The Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction shall designate a 
liaison person to meet with the Board of 
Control to participate in all discussion but to 
have no vote as a member of the Board of 
Control 

PROPOSAL II 

Several principals in the Louisville-Jefferson County 
area propose that By-Law 4, Age be changed to read as 
follows: "A contestant becomes ineligible on the 
nineteenth birthday if the age of nineteen is attained prior 
to August 1 If a contestant's nineteenth birthday is 
attained on or after August 1, the contestant remains 
eligible for all sports the remainder of that school year. 

PROPOSAL III 

Principal Bill VanWmkle, Owensboro High School 
proposes that item number 2 under Basketball - Boys and 
Girls in By-Law 27, Limitation of Seasons be changed to 
read as follows: "The first basketball game for boys' teams 
shall not take place prior to the Monday following 
Thanksgiving and the first basektball game for girls shall 
not take place before November 1." 

This also necessitates changing By-Law 43, Girl's 
Basketball Tournaments, by adding, "District tournaments 
shall be completed by the first Saturday in February, 
regional tournaments by the second Saturday in February 
and the state tournament by the third Saturday in 
February." 

It also necessitates changing the Basketball 
Tournament Rules to delete "Girls' Basketball" in 
paragraph 1 

PROPOSAL IV 

Principal Bill VanWmkle, Owensboro High School 
proposes that the following be added to By-Law 6, 
Summer Sports Program. "No member school shall have 
Its basketball team attend any summer "Team Camp" as a 
unit and no more than three members from the same high 
school shall be assigned to the same team at any summer 
camp, summer basketball league, or summer 
tournaments" 

PROPOSAL V 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that By-Law 
5, Section e., be deleted. By-Law 5. Section e. reads as 
follows: "Out-of-state transfer students must be making 
normal progress toward graduation based upon the 
academic requirements of the state being transferred 
from. However, said student must adhere to Association 
academic guidelines within one year of transfer." 

(This will eliminate the advantage an out-of-state 
student has over students attending member schools.) 

PROPOSAL VI 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that By-Law 

17, Practice of Sportsmanship be changed as follows: "The 

Commissioner and Board of Control shall have full 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1985 



MARCH, 1985 VOL XLVII, NO. 8 

Published monthly, except June and July, bythe Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association. Office of Publication. 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280. Lexington. KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond. Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act otOctoberS. 1917. authorized May 
3. 1926. Publication No 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K H S A. A., P.O. Box 22280. Lexington. Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington. Kentiicky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello. Vice 
President-Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow. Patrick L. 
Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville. Anthony Olinger (1984- 
1988) Lexington, Ray Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro. Chester Turner (1983- 

1987) Fort Thomas. David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville. 
Frank Welch (1984-1988) Belfry. Charles Wilson (1984- 

1988) Hyden. Conley Manning-State Department of 
Education Respresentative. 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 



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ge 1) 



authority to suspend the coach, player or any member 
school whose representatives may be convicted on 
competent evidence of the violation of this obligation." 

(This change would allow the K.H.S A.A. to penalize the 
responsible individual instead of the entire school 
program ) 

PROPOSAL VII 

The K.H.S. A. A. Board of Control proposes that By-Law 
21, Number of Basketball Games be changed to read as 
follows: "The number of basketball games played by a 
member school after December 31 and prior to the district 
tournament shall not exceed twenty. No member school 
shall play more than twenty-four. Any school which 
violates this rule shall not be eligible for district 
tournament competition. Any two county, conference or 
invitational tournament games played by a member school 
shall count as only one game for each tournament toward 
the total game limit of twenty-four. 

PROPOSAL VIII 

The K.H.S. A. A. Board of Control proposes that Section 5 
of By-law 27, Limitation of Season under basketball be 
changed to read as follows: "The basketball season ends at 
all levels of play at the conclusion of the varsity team's last 
scheduled game, except that the varsity team may play 
through its elimination from K.H.S. A. A. tournament play. 
There shall be no further practice or play at any level 
during the remainder of that academic school year". 

PROPOSAL IX 

The K.H.S. A. A. Board of Control proposes that By-Law 
27, Limitation of Seasons- Football - be changed to read as 
follows: 

1. Organized practice in pads shall not begin 
prior to August 1. 

2. The first game shall not take place prior to 
eleven (11) weekends before sub-district play- 
offs. 



A maximum of ten (10) regular season games 
may be played. Pre-season bowl games shall 
count toward the ten-game regular season 
limitation. 

The school's football season ends at all levels 
of play at the conclusion of the varsity team's 
last regular season game, except that the 
varsity team may play through its elimination 
from K.H.S. A. A. championship play-off 
competition. There shall be no further practice 
during the remainder of that academic school 
year. 

No game, including regular season or play-off 
games, may be scheduled on a date that would 
require loss of school time tor travel or play. 
Every player must have five (5) days of practice 
without pads to become acclimated to hear 
conditions prior to August 1 
There shall be no more than two (2) practice 
games (scrimmages) at all levels (grades 9-12) 
prior to the opening game of the season with 
players other than members of the squad. 




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STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONS — 1985 
Hopklnsville High School 




Front Row (Left to Right): Assistant Coach Greg Horn 119, Pat Moody 126, David 
Poindexter 155, Eddie Person 112, John Poindexter, Coach Jim Ploesser. Back Row: 
IManager Rhea Kidd 167, Steve Bailey 185, Jim Jones 132, Tim Huddleston, Hwl. Gartha 
Herring 138, Ernie Herring. 



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Winners: 98 - Charles Dunlap, Manuel; 105 - A. Earthman, Christian Co.; 112 -David Richie, 
Caldwell Co.; 119 - Todd Adams, Fern Creek; 126 - Brad Hagedorn, Union Co.; 132 - Danny 
Level, Union Co.; 155 - Eddie Person, Hopklnsville - Most Valuable Player; 167 - Nat 
Shotwell, Conner; HWT - Mike Chism, Oldham Co. 

TEAM STANDINGS 

Hopklnsville 153 

Union Co 97'/2 ^^'-•<u»y- 

Fern Creek 77 ^ J^^^ 

Conner 73 f ^C^SV - '^^ 

Christian Co IQ'k 

Eastern 53 

Boyle Co 52 

Simon-Kenton 4872 \ .^=<»* 

Woodford Co 4872 

Campbell Co 45 




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1985 

GIRL'S SOFTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 

(Revised) 







REGION 1 




District 1 


District 2 


District 3 


District 4 


Ballard Memorial 


Caldwell County 


Christian County 


Dawson Springs 


Heath 


Livingston Central 


Fort Campbell 


Madisonville-North Hop 


Lone Oak 


Lyon County 


Hopkinsville 


South Hopkins 


Reidland 


IVIarshall County 


Providence 


West Hopkins 




Murray 


Trigg County 
University Heights 

REGION 2 




District 5 


District 6 


District 7 




Apollo 


Bremen 


Breckinridge County 




Daviesb County 


Drakesboro 


Fordsville 




Henderson County 


Frederick Fraize 


Hancock County 




Owensboro 


Graham 


McLean County 




Owensboro Catholic 


Hughes-Kirk 


St Romuald 






Muhlenberg County 


Trinity/Whitesville 

REGIONS 




District 8 


District 9 


District 10 


District 11 


Allen County 


Adair County 


East Hardin 


Bardstown 


Bowling Green 


Clinton County 


Elizabethtown 


Bethlehem 


Edmonson County 


Cumberland County 


Fort Knox 


Green County 


Hart County 


Gamaliel 


Meade County 


Marion County 


Warren Central 


Metcalfe County 


North Hardin 


Nelson County 


Warren East 




West Hardin 

REGION 4 


Taylor County 


District 12 


District 13 


District 14 


District 15 


Central 


Butler 


Beth Haven 


Evangel 


Portland Christian 


Holy Cross 


Doss 


Holy Rosary 


Presentation Acad 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


Fairdale 


Iroguois 


Shawnee 


Western 


Valley 

REGION 5 


Southern 


District 16 


District 17 


District 18 


District 19 


duPont Manual 


Assumption 


Fern Creek 


Ballard 


Louisville Collegiate 


Atherton 


Jeffersontown 


Kentucky Country Day 


Male 


Christian Academy 


Moore 


Sacred Heart 


Mercy Academy 


Seneca 


Walden 


Waggener 


Ninth & 




REGIONS 




District 20 


District 21 


District 22 




Bullitt Central 


Carroll County 


Boone County 




Bullitt East 


Gallatin County 


Conner 




Eminence 


Oldham County 


Dixie Heights 




Henry County 


Owen County 


Lloyd Memorial 




North Bullitt 


Scott County 


Simon Kenton 




Spencer County 


Trimble County 
Williamstown 


Walton-Verona 

REGION? 




District 23 


District 24 


District 25 


District 26 


Beechwood 


Bellevue 


Bishop Brossart 


Bracken County 


Covington Catholic 


Dayton 


Campbell County 


Deming 


Holmes 


Newport 


Highlands 


Mason County 


Holy Cross 


Newport Cen Cath 


Scott 


Pendleton County 


Notre Dame 




Silver Grove 




Villa Madonna 




REGION 8 




District 27 


District 28 


District 29 


District 30 


Estill County 


Bryan Station 


Burgin 


Bell County 


Franklin County 


Henry Clay 


Mercer County 


Corbin 


George Rogers Clark 


Lafayette 


Monticello 


Evarts 


Madison 


Lexington Catholic 


Wayne County 


Middlesboro 


Madison Central 


Sayre 




Oneida Baptist 


Western Hills 


Tates Creek 




Red Bird 




Woodford County 


REGION 9 


Whitley County 


District 31 


District 32 


District 33 


District 34 


Buckhorn 


Cordia 


Allen Central 


Belfry 


Dilce Combs 


Jackson 


McDowell 


Eli<horn City 


Hazard 


Jackson County 


Morgan County 


Feds Creek 


Leslie County 


Knott County Cen 


Sheldon Clark 


Phelps 


Letcher 


Riverside Christian 


Wheelwright 


Pikeville 


M.C. Napier 


Wolfe County 







THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1985 PAGE FIVE 



UJLSlAJ^ FOOTBALL RULE CHANGES 

Rf?fl[?M§f? ANNOUNCED FOR '85 SEASON 




KANSAS CITY, MO. (January 18, 1985) — Several rule changes will be evident during the 1985 high school football season 
as a result of action taken recently by the National Federation Football Rules Committee. The interscholastic rules-making 
body approved a list of rule changes and modifications during a two-day session January 9-10, 1985, while meeting in 
conjunction with the National Federation's Annual Winter Meeting in Savannah, Georgia. 

"Once again this year, the com mittees attention focused primarily on the areas of player safety and game administration." 
said Dick Schindler, assistant director of the National Federation and liaison to the National Federation Football Rules 
Committee. "Overall, there were not any drastic rule changes made which will radically impact the way the game is being 
played In most cases, the changes were primarily modifications of existing rules and were instituted for the sake of 
consistency and ease of coaching and officiating." 

Oneofthechangesamongthemost obvious tofans will be a rule pertaining to free kicks (kickoffs). The new rule specifies 
that free kicks out-of-bounds between the goal lines and untouched by a receiver will be a foul which carries a five-yard 
penalty if accepted Previously, kicks going out-of-bounds beyond the receiving team's 40-yard line without being touched 
by the receiving team were spotted on the receiving team's 40-yard line. With the new rule, the receiving team has the option 
of taking the ball at the mbounds spot or having the ball re-kicked following a five-yard penalty 

"Basically, the rationale behind the change was two-fold," explained Schindler "There has been concern from coaches 
and members of the rules committee alike that the previous rule severely penalized the kicking team. For instance, if the free 
kick went out-of-bounds on the two-yard line it was spotted on the receiving team's 40-yard line. This was the same 
procedure for a kick that went out-of-bounds anywhere from the one-yard line to the 40-yard line. Secondarily, the new rule 
insures that the receiving team is allowed the opportunity for a returnable kick unless a touchback results. Although not a 
common practice, the old rule permitted teams to kick the ball out-of-bounds rather than defend against a particularly 
efficient return team or an outstanding returner." 

Another of the most significant changes for '85 restricts the offensive player-in-motion from blocking below the waist in 
the free-blocking zone (a rectangular area extending four yards laterally on eithersideof the spot of the snap and three yards 
behind the scrimmage line). Previously, a player-m-motion in the free-blocking zone at the time of the snap could block an 
opponent below the waist. 

"Safety was the sole reason for the rule change." pointed out Schindler. "The new rule is designed to curtail below-the- 
waist, blind-sideblocksand situations in which a player could be at top speed when blocking an unsuspecting opponent. We 
feel the rule will assist in reducing the possibility of knee and other injuries which can occur when one player has a decisive 
edge m speed at the time of impact " 

The national rules committee also addressed the often confusing issues of "motion" and "shifting," and took measures to 
standardize the procedures for game officials and coaches by revising the definition of "shift" A shift now inlcudes any 
movement of one or more players to a new position. Previously, the movement of one player to a new position did not always 
constitute a shift, and the ball could be snapped immediately upon the player assuming a motionless position. A legal shift 
now requires that the player or players be motionless for a full second prior to the snap. 

"The rule releaves the official from having to make an instant judgment as to whether the movement of one player does or 
does not constitute a shift by the offensive team, and consequently from having to determine if a one-second delay is 
required prior to snapping the football," said Schindler. "The rule does not restrict any offensive strategy and greatly 
alleviates what has often been a confusing situation for officials, coaches and players" 

Going hand-in-hand with the shift modification was a changewhich now permits "motion" by a player parallel to the line of 
scrimmage. In the past, motion was required to be "clearly backward" by definition. 

In addition to the free kick change, the enforcement of several other fouls were also modified at the national rules 
gathering. The committee changed the penalty for an ineligible receiver downfield to five yards and loss of down. Previously, 
the foul called for a 15-yard penalty. The penalty for all illegal use of hands and holding fouls were reduced to 10 yards, in the 
past, infractions for holding and illegal use of hands were 15 yards. Additionally, the re-entry of a disqualified player will 
become an illegal participation foul instead of an unsportsmanlike foul as previously specified. Consequently, the infraction 
is now a live ball foul and penalty yardage of 15 yards will be assessed aspartof the play instead of from the succeeding spot 
as in the past 

In addition to the rules changes, four areas of emphasis were identified by the rules committee for 1985. Although no 
measures were taken by the committee to change rules in the emphasis areas, coaches and officials are urged to practice 
and enforce the rules as written. The "Points of Emphasis— include: (1 ) delays following the extra point attempt and prior to 
kickoff; (2) piling on and out-of-bounds contact; (3) re-emphasizing the legal blocking rules, (4) illegal helmet contact. 

The National Federation Rules Committee consists of a voting representative from 48 member associations, a National 
Federation voting member, and represenatatives form the National Federation Interscholastic Coaches Association and 
National Federation Interscholastic Officials Association The committee governs football competition for all high schools 
and many junior high schools in 47 states and the District of Columbia 

Following are the complete rules changes affecting a projected total of approximately 15,000 high schools and over 
900,000 student-participants during the 1985 interscholastic season; 

MINOR REVISIONS 

2-2-2 Clarified that blocking below the waist applies only if an opponent has one or both feet on the 

ground. 
2-14 Redefined hurdling. 

3-1-3 Designated that the coaches rather than the captains be involved in decisions regarding the 

shortening of playing periods. 
9-3-2f Prohibits any player from positioning himself on the back or shoulders of a teammate or an 

opponent to gain an advantage. 
9-6-3 Made the use of pretended substitutions to deceive an illegal participation foul. 

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1985 GIRLS' GOLF REGIONS 



1985 BOYS' GOLF REGIONS 



Caldwell County — (Mr, Al Giordano, Caldwell County 
High School, Box 350. Princeton, Kentucky 42445, 502- 
365-3531) — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, 
Calloway County, Central City, Christian County. 
Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Greenville, Henderson 
County, Hickman County. Hopkinsville, Lone Oak. Lyon 
County. Madisonville-North Hopkins, Mayfield. Murray. 
Ohio County. Paducah Tilghman. Reidland, St Mary. 
Union County. Webster County 

Bowling Green — (Coach Coy Meadows. Glasgow High 
School, Columbia Avenue, Glasgow, Kentucky 42141. 
502-651-8801) — Allen County, Apollo. Barren County, 
Bowling Green. Caverna. Clinton County. Daviess 
County. Franklin-Simpson. Gamaliel. Glasgow, Hart 
County. Owensboro, Russellville. Tompkinsville. Warren 
Central, 

Louisville— (Coach Raymond Kuhn, Ballard High School, 
6000 Brownsboro Road. Louisville. Kentucky 40222. 502- 
454-8206) — Atherton, Assumption, Ballard. Butler, 
Central. Doss. duPont Manual. Eastern, Holy Cross. Holy 
Rosary. Iroquois, Kentucky Country Day. Louisville 
Collegiate, Male. Mercy. Pleasure Ridge Park. Sacred 
Heart, Shawnee, Southern. St. Francis. Valley, Waggener. 
Western. 

Elizabethtown — (Coach Pat Wise, Elizabethtown High 
School. 620 North Mulberry Street, Elizabethtown. 
Kentucky 42701. 502-769-3381) — Adair County, 
Bardstown. Boyle County. Breckenridge County. Bullitt 
Central. Bullitt East. Cam pbellsvi He. Danville, East Hardin. 
Elizabethtown. Fort Knox. Green County. Hancock 
County, Marion County. Meade County. Nelson County. 
North Hardin, Taylor County, Washington County, West 
Hardin. 

Woodford County — (Coach Lou Brown. Jessamine 
County High School. Route 4. Nicholasville. Kentucky 
40356. 606-887-2421 ) — Bryan Station. Frankfort. Franklin 
County. Harrodsburg. Henry Clay, Jessamine County, 
Lafayette. Lexington Catholic. Scott County, Shelby 
County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

Covington — (Coach George Gartner, Scott High School, 
Old Taylor Mill Road. Covington. Kentucky 41015. 606- 
356-3146) — Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll County, 
Campbell County, Conner, Dayton, Dixie Heights, 
Eminence, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Oldham 
County. Owen County, Notre Dame, Scott, Silver Grove, 
Trimble County, Villa Madonna. Williamstown. 

Richmond — (Coach Tish Carr, Model High School, 
Lancaster Avenue, Richmond, Kentucky 40475, 606-622- 
2986) — Belfry, Casey County, Cawood. Corbin, 
Cumberland, Estill County, Garrard County, George 
Rogers Clark, Harlan. Jenkins. Knox Central. Laurel 
County, Lee County. Lincoln County, McCreary Central, 
Madison Central, Model, Monticello, Pineville, Pulaski 
County, Russell County, Somerset, Wayne County. 

Montgomery County — (Jackie Reed, 1465 Sugar Maple, 
Lexington, Kentucky 40511, 606-231-0700) — Boyd 
County, Fleming County. Harrison. Couty. Hazard. 
Johnson Central. McDowell, Mason County, Maysville, 
Montgomery County, Nicholas County, Paintsville, Paul 
Blazer, Powell County, Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan 
County, St. Patrick. 

STATE MANAGER — Coach Bill Frost, Washing County 
High School, Lincoln Park Road, Springfield, Kentucky 
40069, 606-336-3996. 



Marshall County — (Mr. Larry Hopper, St. Mary High 
School. 1 243 Elmdale. Box 7806. Pducah. Kentucky 42001. 
502-442-4310) — Ballard Memorial. Caldwell County. 
Calloway County. Christian County. Crittenden County. 
Fort Campbell. Fulton. Hickman County. Hopkinsville. 
Lone Oak. Lyon County. Marshall County. Mayfield. 
Murray. Paducah Tilghman. Reidland. St, Mary. Todd 
County. University Heights. Union County. 

Owensboro — (Mr. Ron Peyton. Owensboro High School. 
1800 Frederica Street. Owensboro. Kentucky 42301. 502- 
684-7221) — Apollo. Breckinridge County. Central City, 
Daviess County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson 
County, M'ville-N. Hopkins, Meade County. Ohio County. 
Owensboro. Owensboro Catholic. Providence. South 
Hopkins. Webster County. 

Bowling Green — (Mr. Danny Spillman. Bowling Green 
High School, 1801 Rockingham Lane. Bowling Green. 
Kentucky 42101. 502-842-1674) — Allen County. Barren 
County. Bowling Green. Bullitt Central, Bullitt East. 
Caverna. Clinton County. East Hardin. Edmonson County. 
Elizabethtown. Fort Knox. Franklin-Slmpson. Gamaliel. 
Glasgow. Grayson County. Hart County. LaRue County. 
North Bullitt. North Hardin. Russellville, Tompkinsville. 
Warren East, Warren Central. West Hardin. 

Lexington — (Mr. Joe Rogers. Western Hill High School. 
100 Doctors Drive. Frankfort, Kentucky 40601, 502-875- 
2900) — Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Eminence, 
Frankfort, Franklin County, George Rogers Clark, 
Harrison County, Henry Clay, Henry County, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Montgomery County, Nicholas 
County, Oldham County, Paris, Sayre. Scott County, 
Shelby County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford 
County. 

Nicholasville — (Mr Willie Hoskins, Lincoln County High 
School, US 27 South, Stanford, Kentucky40484, 606-365- 
9111) — Adair County, Anderson County, Bardstown, 
Bethleham, Boyle County. Campbellsville. Casey CO unty. 
Danville. Garrard County. Green County, Harrodsburg, 
Jessamine County, LaRue County, Lincoln County, 
Marion County Mercer County, Nelson County, Russell 
County. Taylor County, Washington County. 

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(Continued from Page 6) 

West Jefferson — (Mr. Steve Reed, Western High School, 
2501 Rockford Lane, Louisville, Kentucky40216, 502-454- 
8344) — Beth Haven, Butler, Central. DeSlaes, Doss, 
Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, Ninth & O, Pleasure Ridge, 
Portland Christian, Shawnee, Southern, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson — (Mr. Marty Donlon, St. Xavier High 
School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 
40217, 502-636-2525) — Atherton, Ballard, Christian 
Academy, duPont Manual, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Ky. Country Day, Male, Moore, St. Francis, 
St. Xavier, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener. 

Covington — (Mr. Jack Demming, Lloyd Memorial High 
School, Box 99, Bartlett Avenue, Erianger, Kentucky 
41015, 606-727-1555) — Beechwood, Boone County, 
Carroll County, Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington 
Latin, Dixie Heights, Gallatin County. Holmes, Holy Cross, 
Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, Owen County, St. Henry, Scott, 
Simon-Kenton, Trimble County, Walton-Verona 

Campbell County — (Mr. Tom Hummel, Mr. Carl 
Wenderoth, 3057 Magnolia Court. Edgewood, Kentucky 
41017, 606-623-4161) — Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Campbell County, Dayton, Fleming County. Grant 



County, Highlands, Lewis County, Ludlow, Mason 
County, Maysville, Newport, Newport Central Catholic, 
Pendleton County, St. Patrick, Silver Gove, Williamstown. 

London — (Mr. Ray Vater, Laurel County High School, 
P.O. Box 175, London, Kentucky 40741 . 606-864-7371) — 
Berea, Bell County, Corbin, Cumberland, Estill County, 
Harlan, Hazard, Knox Central, Laurel County, Lee County, 
McCreary Central, Madison Central, Middlesboro, Model, 
Monticello, Pineville, Pulaski County, Somerset, Wayne 
County, Williamsburg 

Paintsville — (Mr. Walter Brugh, Paintsville High School), 
P.O. Box 152, Paintsville, Kentucky 41240, 606-789-3881) 
— Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, East Carter, 
Fairview, Greenup County, Elkhorn City, Holy Family, 
Jenkins. Johnson Central. McDowell, Paintsville, Paul 
Blazer, Phelps, Pikeville, Powell County, Prestonsburg. 
Raceland, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark 

STATE TOURNAMENT MANAGER — Mr John Hackett, 

830 McCullum Avenue, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701, 

502-765-4240 

COORDINATOR - Mr Ernie Denham, 3717 Taylorsville 

Road, «109, Louisville, Kentucky 40220, 502-452-1584. 



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EDITORIAL CHANGES 

Sections affected: 1-5-6 and Penalty: 2-5b: 2-2-2,3,4,5: 2- 
3-5,5: 2-16-2: 3-4-4: 3-5-3: 4-2-2g: 4-2- 
3; 6-1-5: 6-2-2,6: 6-5-1,4,6,7 and 
Penalty; 7-1-2: 9-5: 9-8: 9-8: 9-8-3, 
overtime procedure c,d,g. 



POINTS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS 

1. Delays following the try and prior to the kickoff. 

2. Piling on and out-of-bounds contact. 

3. The legal blocking rules. 

4. Illegal helmet contact. 



1985 FOOTBALL RULES REVISIONS ADOPTED 

1-3-1a Deleted the requirement that the ball must have a ru'bber bladder. 

1-5-1b Adopted specifications for the face protector. The face protector shall be made of material designed to be non- 

breakable with rounded edges, and those constructed of metal shall have the surface covered with resilient 
material designed to prevent chippng and burrs or an abrasiveness which would endanger players. 

1-5-3b,c Clarified padding requirement on knee braces. Types of equipment or substances which shall always be declared 

illegal include: knee braces made of hard unyielding material unless hinges are both covered on both sides and all 
of its edges overlapped. Any other hard substance across the front of the leg must be covered with at least '; inch of 
closed-cell, slow recovery rubber or other material of the same minimum thickness and having similar physical 
properties. 

1-5-3h2 NOTE Clarified the cleat platform requirement and changed the date of implementation. 

NOTE: Beginning with the 1987 season, the 5/32 inch raised platform must be wider than the base of the cleat and 
and must extend across the width of the sole to within 'j inch of or less of the outer edges of the sole. A single 
toe cleat does not require a raised platform that extends the width of the sole. The raised platform of the toe 
cleat is limited to 5/32 inches or less. The 5/32 inch platform is measured from the lowest part of the shoe's 
sole. 

2-2-2 Added to the definition blocking below the waist applies only when the opponent has one or both feet on the 

ground. 

2-10-1 Prohibits the player in motion from blocking below the waist by rewording the requirements so that an offensive 

player blocking below the waist in the free-blocking zone must be stationary at the snap. 

2-14 Redefined hurdling as an attempt by a player to jump with one or both feet or knees foremost over a player who is 

still on his feet. 

2-27 Redefined shift. A shift is the action of one or more offensive players, who after a huddle or after taking set 

positions, move to a new set position before the ensuing snap. 

3-1-3 Designated that the coaches rather than the captains be involved in decisions regarding theshortening of playing 

periods. 

4-2-2a Rewritten to clarify the dead ball exception for the placekick holder. 

6-1-9 A free kick out-of-bounds between the goal lines untouched by R is a foul. If the penalty is accepted, it is a 5-yard 

penalty from the previous spot. 

7-2-4 Now permits player in motion to be moving parallel to the line of scrimmage. 

7-5-7 Changed the penalty for an ineligible receiver downfield to 5 yards and loss of down. 

9-2 Changed all illegal use of hand and holding penalties to 10 yards. 

9-4-2e Prohibits any player from positioning himself on the back or shoulders of a teamate or an opponent to gain an 

advantage. 

9-6-3 Made the use of pretended substitutions to deceive an illegal participation foul. 

9-6-4 Made reentry of a disqualified player an illegal participation foul. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1985 



1985 TENNIS INFORMATION 



BOYS REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 

Murray Region — (Mgr. Becky Watson, Hopkmsville) — 
Ballard Memorial, Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian 
Co., Fort Campbell, Heath, Hopkmsville, Lone Oak, Lyon 
Co., Marshall Co., Mayfield. Murray, Paducah Tllghman, 
Providence, Reidland, St. Mary, University Heights, West 
Hopkins 

Bowling Green Region — (Mgr. Joe Tinius, Bowling 
Green) — Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling Green, Caverna, 
Cumberland Co., Franklin-Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, 
Hart Co., Logan Co., Metcalfe Co., Muhlenberg Central, 
Russellville, St. Romuald, Tompkinsville, Warren Central, 
Warren East 

Henderson Co. Region — (Mgr Susan Langan, 
Owensboro) — Apollo, Breman, Butler Co., Central City, 
Daviess Co., Greenville, Hancock Co., Henderson Co . 
McLean Co, Madisonville-North Hoplins, Ohio Co.. 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, Trinity 
(Whitesviile), Union Co., Webster Co 

Elizabethtown Region — (Mgr David Rogers, 
Elizabethtown) — Adair Co., Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Breckinridge Co., Bullitt Central, Campbellsville, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Grayson Co., Green 
Co., LaRueCo.. Marion Co , Meade Co., Nelson Co., North 
Bullitt. North Hardin, Spencer Co., Taylor Co., 
Washington Co 

East Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Allen Sleadd, Louisville) — 
Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Kentucky Country Day, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, 
Waldern 

Central Jefferson Region — (Mgr Joseph Kroh, 
Louisville) — Central, Christian Academy, DeSales, 
duPont Manual, Evangel, Male, Moore, Ninth & O, Portland 
Christian, St. Francis, St. Xavier, Shawnee 

West Jefferson Region — (Mgr. James Lee, Louisville) — 
Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, Western 

Lexington Region — (Mgr. Mike Lamb, Lexington) — 
Anderson Co., Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin Co., 
Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Shelby 
Co., Tales Creek, Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

Richmond Region — (Mgr. Jerry Johns, Somerset) — 
Barbourville, Berea, Boyle Co., Corbin, Cumberland, 
Danville, Estill Co., Garrard Co., George Rogers Clark, 
Harlan, Harrodsburg, Knox Co., Laurel Co., Leslie Co., 
Lincoln Co., Madison Central, Mercer Co., Middlesboro, 
Model, Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski Co., St. Camillus, 
Somerset 

Astiland Region — (Mgr Mary Robinson, Russell) — Bath 
Co., Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd Co., Buckhorn, Elkhorn 
City, Greenup Co., Hazard, Holy Family, Knott Co., 
Lawrence Co., McDowell, Magoffin Co., Montgomery Co., 
Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Phelps, Prestonsburg, Rowan Co., 
Russell, Sheldon Clark, Wolfe Co. 

Fort Ttiomas Region — (Bob Wainscott, Alexandria) — 
Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone Co., Campbell Co., 
Carroll Co., Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, 
Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin Co., Henry Co., Highlands, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Oldham Co., St. Henry, Scott, Simon 
Kenton 

Paris Region— (Mgr. Wilson Sears, Paris) — Bourbon Co., 
Bracken Co., Deming, Fleming Co., Harrison Co., Lewis 
Co., Mason Co., Maysville, M.M.I., Nicholas Co., Paris, St. 
Patrick, Scott Co. 
STATE MANAGER: Joe Kroh, St. Xavier H.S. 



e 



GIRLS REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 

Murray Region — (Mgr. Becky Watson, Hopkmsville) — 
Ballard Memorial, Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian 
Co., Fort Campbell. Hopkmsville, Lone Oak, Lyon Co., 
Marshall Co, Mayfield. Murray, Paducah Tilghman, 
Providence, Reidland. St M.iry, University Heights, West 
Hopkins 

Bowling Green Region ~ (Mgr. Joe Tinius. Bowling 
Green) — Allen Co., Barren Co . Bowling Green. Caverna, 
Cumberland Co., Franklin-Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, 
Hart Co., Logan Co., Metcalfe Co., Muhlenberg Central, 
Russellville, St. Romuald, Tompkinsville, Warren Central, 
Warren East 

Henderson Co. Region — (Mgr. Susan Langan, 
Owensboro) — Apollo, Bremen, Butler Co., Central City, 
Daviess Co., Greenville, Hancock Co., Henderson Co., 
McLean Co., Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio Co., 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, Trinity 
(Whitesviile), Union Co., Webster Co. 

Elizabethtown Region — (Mgr. David Rogers, 
Elizabethtown) — Adair Co., Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Breckinridge Co., Bullitt Central, Campbellsville, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Grayson Co., Green 
Co., LaRue Co., Marion Co., MeadeCo., Nelson Co., North 
Bullitt, North Hardin, Spencer Co., Taylor Co., 
Washington Co 

East Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Bob Rocs, Louisville) — 
Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Sacred Heart, 
Seneca, Waggener, Walden 

Central Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Jim'Schum, Louisville) 

— Central, Evangel, Louisville Collegiate, Male, Mercy 
Academy, Ninth & O, Portland Christian, Presentation, St. 
Francis, Shawnee 

West Jefferson Region — (Mgr. James Lee, Louisville) — 
Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern Valley, Western. 

Fort Thomas Region — (Mgr. Bob Wainscott, Alexandria) 

— Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone Co., Campbell 
Co., Carroll Co., Conner, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin 
Co., Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Central Catholic, Notre Dame, Oldham 
Co., St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna. 

Lexington Region — (Mgr. Mike Lamb, Lexington) — 
Anderson Co., Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin Co., 
Henry Clay, Jessamine Co., Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, 
Sayre, Shelby Co., Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford 
Co. 

Richmond Region — (Mgr. Jerry Johns, Somerset) — 
Barbourville, Berea, Boyle Co, Corbin, Cumberland, 
Danville, Estill Co., Garrard Co., George Rogers Clark, 
Harlan, Harrodsburg, Knox Central, Laurel Co., LeslieCo., 
Lincoln Co., Madison Central, Mercer Co., Middlesboro, 
Model, Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski Co., St. Camillus, 
Somerset 

Ashland Region — (Mgr. Mary Robinson, Russell) — 
Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd Co., Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, 
Hazard, Knott Co., Lawrence Co., McDowell, Magoffin 
Co., Montgomery Co., Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Phelps, 
Prestonsburg, Rowan Co., Russell, Sheldon Clark 

Paris Region — (Mgr. Wilson Sears, Paris) — Bourbon Co., 
Bracken Co., Deming, Fleming Co., Harrison Co., Lewis 
Co., Mason Co., Maysville, Nicholas Co., Paris, St. Patrick, 
Scott Co. 

STATE MANAGER; Becky Watson. 



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ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 



The State High School Track Meet all classes will 
be held on Saturday, May 25, 1985, at the University 
of Kentucky Sports Center in Lexington. The State 
Manager is John Gettler. 

The regional, sectional, and state meets will be 
scored this year with individual awards being given 
for the first six places and team trophies awarded 
the winning and runner-up teams. 



3. St. Xavier — Paul Gehring, duPont Manual M.S., 
120 West Lee Street, Louisville 40208, 502/454- 
8421. 

4. Iroquois — Mike McDaniel, Iroquois H.S., 4615 
Taylor Road, Louisville 40215, 502/454-8269. 

5. Trinity — Bro. Chas. Culley, Trinity H.S., 4011 
Shelbyville Rd., Louisville 40207, 502/895-9427, 

6. Southern — Jim Watkins, Southern M.S., 8620 
Preston Way, Louisville 40219, 502/454-8439. 

7. Lexington — Rebal Woodall, Bryan Station H.S., 
1 866 Edgeworth, Lexington 40505, 606/299-921 2. 

8. Boyd County — Paul Rice, Boyd Co., M.S., Route 
2, Box 374, Ashland 41101, 606/928-6473. 



1985 Track & Field 

Regional Managers 

(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

1. Paducah Tilghman — Lyman Brown, Paducah 
Tilghman M.S., 2400 Washington St., Paducah 
42001, 502/444-5650. 

2. Edmonson Co. — Roy James, Edmonson Co. 
H.S., P.O. Box 39, Brownsville 42210, 
502-597-2151. 

3. Conner — Buddy Dittus, R.A. Jones Middle 
School, 8000 Spruce, Florence 41042, 
606/371-4916. 

4. Lexington — Randy Christ, Anderson Co. H.S., 
Broadway. Lawrenceburg 40342. 502/839-5118. 

5. Bardstown — J.W. Mattingly, Bardstown M.S., 400 
N. 5th Street, Bardstown 40004, 502/348-5913. 

6. Berea College — Bill Patten, Berea Community 
H.S., Ellipse Street, Berea 40403, 606/986-4911. 

7. Jenkins — Charles Dixon, Jenkins M.S., U.S. 
Highway 23, Box 552, Jenkins 41537, 606/832- 
2184 

8. Boyd County — Paul Rice, Boyd Co. H.S., Route 
2, Box 374, Ashland 41101, 606/928-6473. 

CLASS AA 

1. Paducah Tilghman — Lyman Brown, Paducah 
Tilghman M.S., 2400 Washington St., Paducah 
42001, 502/444-5650. 

2. Barren County — Terry Reed, Barren Co. H.S., 
Route 6, Glasgow 42141, 502/651-6315. 

3. Conner — Buddy Dittus, R.A. Jones Middle 
School, 8000 Spruce, Florence 41042, 
606/371-4916. 

4. Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea Community 
M.S., Elipse Street, Berea 40403, 606/986-491 1 . 

5. Meade County — Don Cain, Meade Co. Middle 
School, Old Ekron Rd., Brandenburg 40108, 
502/422-3363. 

6. Lexington — Jean Wright, Franklin Co. H.S. 1100 
East Main, Frankfort 40601, 502/695-2500. 

7. Boyd County — Paul Rice, Boyd Co. M.S., Rt. 2, 
Box 374, Ashland 41101. 606/928-6473. 

8. Clay County — Terry Wilson, Clay Co. H.S., 239 
Richmond Road, Manchester 40962, 606/598- 
3737. 

CLASS AAA 

1. Henderson County — Howard Crittenden, 
Henderson Co. H.S., 2424 Zion Rd., Henderson 
42420, 502/827-2506. 

2. Shelby County — Larry Wingfield, Box 69, U.S. 60 
East, Shelbyville 40065, 502/633-2344. 



1985 Track & Field 

Sectional Managers 

(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

Section 1, Paducah Tilghman & Edmonson Co . Daviess 

Co . Wayne Wright. 

Section II, Conner & Lexington, Covington Catholic, Jack 

Kaelin. 

Section III, Bardstown & Berea, Berea College, Bill Patton 

Section IV, Jenkins & Boyd Co., Boyd Co., Paul Rice 

CLASS AA 

Section I, Paducah Tilghman & Barren Co., Daviess Co., 

Wayne Wright 

Section II, Conner & Lexington, Covington Catholic, Jack 

Kaelm 

Section III, Meade Co. & Berea, Berea College, Bill Patton 

Section IV, Boyd Co & Clay Co., Boyd Co , Paul Rice 

CLASS AAA 

Section I, Henderson Co, & Shelby Co., Daviess Co., 
Wayne Wright 

Section II, St Xavier & Iroquois, Iroquois, Brother Borgia 
Section III, Trinity & Southern, Ballard, Jim Reuther/Sue 
Fetter 

Section IV, Lexington & Boyd Co., Lexington, Reba 
Woodall 



Track Class A Girls 

Paducah Tilghman — Ballard Memorial, Caldvi/ell Co., 
Carlisle Co., Crittenden Co., FortCampbell, Fulton, Heath, 
Hickman Co., Livingston Central, Lyon Co., Murray, 
Providence, St. Mary, South Hopkins, Trigg Co., 
University Heights, West Hoplins 

Edmonson County Region — Butler Co., Caverna, Central 
City, Cumberland Co., Edmonson Co., Frederick Fraize, 
Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hancock Co., Hart Co., McLean Co,, 
Potter Christian, Russellville, St. Romuald, Todd Co.. 
Tompkinsville, Trinity (Whitesville) 

Conner Region — Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Carroll Co., Dayton, Gallatin Co., Grant Co., Henry Co., 
Holy Cross, Ludlow, Newport Central Catholic, Owen Co., 
Siliver Grove, St, Henry, Villa Madonna, Walton-Verona 

Lexington Region — Anderson Co,, Frankfort, 
Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, Mercer Co., Model, 
Paris, Sayre 

Bardstown Region — Bardstown, Beth Haven. Bethlehem, 
Bullitt East, Campbellsville, Christian Academy, Clinton 
Co., Evangel, Fort Knox, Green Co., Kentucky Country 
Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, LaRueCo., Metcalfe Co., Ninth & 
O, Portland Christian, Spencer Co., West Hardin 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1985 



Berea Region — Berea. Corbin, Dilce Combs, Jackson 
Co . Ky School f/t Deaf, Madison, Monticello, Plnevllle, St. 
Caniillus, Somerset, Williamsburg 

Jenkins Region — Buckhorn, Cordia, Evarts. Feds Creek, 
Fleming-Neon, Harlan, Hazard. Jenkins, Lee Co., Letcher, 
Millard, Mullins, M C. Napier, Oneida, Pamtsville. Phelps, 
Pikeville, Riverside Christian, Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe 
Co. 

Boyd County Region — Bath Co., Elliott Co., Fairview, 
Holy Family, Johns Creek, Lewis Co, Menifee Co., 
Morgan Co , Nicholas Co , Raceland 



Track Class A Boys 

Paducah Tilghman Region — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell 
Co . Carlisle Co., Crittenden Co., Fort Campbell, Fulton, 
Heath, Hickman Co., Livingston Central, Lyon Co., 
Murray, Providence. South Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg Co., 
University Heights, West Hopkins 

Edmonson County — Butler Co., Caverna, Central City, 
Cumberland Co , Drakesboro, Edmonson Co., Gamaliel, 
Glasgow, Hancock Co., Hart Co., McLean Co., Potter 
Christian, Russellville, St. Romuald, Todd Co., 
Tompkinsville, Trinity (Whitesville) 

Conner Region — Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Carroll Co., Covington Latin, Dayton, Gallatin Co., Grant 
Co., Holy Cross, Henry Co., Ludlow, Newport Central 
Catholic, Owen Co., St. Henry, Walton-Verona, Silver 
Grove 

Lexington Region — Anderson Co., Frankfort, 
Harrodsburg, Jackson Co., Lexington Catholic, Mercer 
Co., M.M.I., Model, Paris, Sayre 

Bardstown Region — Bardstown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem, 
Bullitt East, Campbellsville, Christian Academy, Clinton 
Co., Evangel, Fort Knox, Green Co., Kentucky Country 
Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, LaRueCo., Metcalfe Co., Ninth & 
O, Portland Christian, St Francis, Spencer Co., West 
Hardin 

Berea Region— Berea, Corbm, Dilce Combs, Garrard Co., 

Ky School f/t Deaf, Madison, Monticello, Pineville, St. 
Camillus, Somerset, Williamsburg 

Jenkins Region — Betsy Layne, Buckhorn, Cordia, 
Elkhorn City, Evarts, Feds Creek, Fleming-Neon, Harlan, 
Hazard, Jenkins, Lee Co., Millard, Mullins, M.C. Napier, 
Oneida, Paintsville, Phelps, Pikeville, Riverside Christian, 
Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe Co. 

Boyd County Region — Bath Co., Elliott Co., Fairview, 
Holy Family, Johns Creek, Lewis Co., Magoffin Co., 
Menifee Co., Morgan Co., Nicholas Co., Raceland 

Track Class AA Girls 

Paducah Tilghman Region — Calloway Co., Lone Oak, 
Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

Barren County Region — Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling 
Green, Franklin-Simpson, Logan Co., Ohio Co., 
Owensboro Catholic, Warren East 

Conner Region — Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 
Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Scott, Simon-Kenton 

Lexington Region — Bourbon Co., Estill Co., Franklin Co., 
Harrison Co., Jessamine Co., Montgomery Co., Scott Co., 
Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

North Bullitt Region — Breckinridge Co., East Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Grayson Co., Marion Co., Meade Co., 
North Bullitt, Taylor Co., Washington Co. 

Berea Region — Adair Co., Boyle Co., Danville, Lincoln 
Co., McCreary Co., Russell Co. 



Lawrence County Region — East Carter, Fleming Co., 
Johnson Central, Lawrence Co., Mason Co., Rowan Co., 
Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter 
Clay County Region — Belfry. Bell Co., Breathitt Co., 
Cawood, Clay Co., Knott Co Central, Knox Central, Leslie 
Co., Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg, Whitley Co. 

Track Class AA Boys 

Paducah Tilghman Region — Calloway Co , Lone Oak, 
Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

Barren County Region — Allen Co., Barren Co . Bowling 
Green, Franklin-Simpson, Logan Co., Ohio Co., 
Owensboro Catholic, Warren East 

Conner Region — Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Scott, Simon Kenton 

Lexington Region — Bourbon Co., Estill Co., Franklin Co., 
Harrison Co., Jessamine Co., Montgomery Co., Scott Co.. 
Western Hills. Woodford Co. 

North Bullitt Region — Breckinridge Co., East Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Grayson Co., Marion Co., Meade Co., 
North Bullitt, Taylor Co , Washington Co. 

Berea Region — Adair Co., Boyle Co., Danville, Lincoln 
Co., McCreary Co., Russell Co. 

Lawrence County Region East Carter, Fleming Co , 
Johnson Central, Lawrence Co., Mason Co., Rowan Co., 
Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter 

Clay County Region — Belfry, Bell Co., Breathitt Co , 
Cawood, Clay Co., Knott Co. Central, Knox Central, Leslie 
Co., Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg, Whitley Co. 

Track Class AAA Girls 

Daviess County Region — Apollo, Daviess Co , Christian 
Co, Henderson Co., Hopkinsville, Madisonville-North 
Hopkins, Marshall Co., Owensboro 

Shelby County Region — Bullitt Central, Nelson Co., 
North Hardin, Oldham Co , Shelby Co , Warren Central 

St. Xavier Region — Assumption, Atherton, Butler, 
Central, duPont Manual, Male, Shawnee 

Iroquois Region — Angela Merici, Doss, Holy Cross, 
Iroquois, Mercy, Pleasure Ridge Park, Valley, Western 

Ballard Region — Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, 
Presentation Academy, Sacred Heart Academy, Seneca, 
Waggener 

Southern Region — Fairdale, Fern Creek, Holy Rosary, 
Moore, Southern 

Lexington Region — Boone Co., Bryan Station, Campbell 
Co., Henry Clay, Holmes, Laurel Co., Notre Dame, Pulaski 
Co. 

Boyd County Region — Paul Blazer, Boyd Co., George 
Rogers Clark, Greenup Co., Lafayette, Madison Central, 
Tates Creek 

Track Class AAA Boys 

Henderson County Region — Apollo, Christian Co., 
Daviess Co., Henderson Co., Hopkinsville, Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, Marshall Co., Owensboro 

Shelby County Region — Bullitt Central, Nelson Co., 
North Hardin, Oldham Co., Shelby Co., Warren Central 

St. Xavier Region — Atherton, .Butler, Central, duPont 
Manual, Male, St. Xavier, Shawnee 

Iroquois Region — Doss, Holy Cross, Iroquois, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Valley, Western 



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PAGE ELEVEN 



Eastern, Jeffersontown, 




Ballard Region — Ballard, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener 

Southern Region — DeSales, Fairdale, Fern Creek. Moore, 
Southern 

Lexington Region — Boone Co., Bryan Station, Campbell 
Co . Henry Clay. Holmes. Lafayette, Laurel Co.. Pulaski 
Co 

Boyd County Region ~ Paul Blazer. Boyd Co . George 
Rogers Clark . Greenup Co . Madison Central. Tates Creek 



Ratings 

on 

Football Officials 

The following ratings 
were received on tootbal 
officials registered with 
the K.H.S.A.A. during 
1984-85. 



MID-KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Downs, J. - 98: McClure. T. - 97; Harris. D. - 97; Morse, R. - 
97; Moore, P. -97; Lynch, L. -96; Crutcher. M. - 96; Winfrey. 
W. - 96; Austin. D. - 95; Crutcher, J. - 95; Roberts, J. - 95; 
Strain, R, - 95; Ewing, R. - 94; Evans, T, - 94; Matheney, J. - 
94, Corbett, B. - 94; Schultz, F. -94; Dupin, J. - 93; Crutcher, 
P. - 93; Medley. F, - 93; Fraley. C. - 93; Barney. G. - 92; 
Bryan. F. -92; Tinsley. J. -92; Roby. J, - 92; Wade. C - 91 ; 
Puckett, R.-91; Sweckard. P, - 91 ; Smith. J.-90; Purwin, J. 

- 90; Molohan, C. - 90; Garrett B - 90; Henry W. - 90; 
Halland, J.-90;Claywell.S. -89; Inman. G - 89; Gann.R.- 
89; Taylor. J, - 88; Strain. A - 88; Riley. J. - 88; Barnhlll, E. - 
87; Hatfield. J. - 87. Hawkins, St. - 87; Morse. R. - 87; 
Stikeleather. C, - 87. Adams, J. - 86; Crittenden. J - 86; 
McFalls. G,-85; Lev\/is. 8. -85; Cobb. C. -84; Rinehart. B.- 
84; Sutherland. F. - 84; Hunter. H - 83. Barnes, D. - 83; 
lammazzi, D. - 83; Williams, J. - 82; Flicklnzier, R. - 82; 
Tinsley, S. -81; Reams, F. -81; Emerine, St. -80; Halland, 
C. - 80; Daw/son, J. - 80; Vensel, F. - 79; Inman, K. - 79; 
Revis, D. - 79; Thomas, M. - 79; Rezon. D. - 78; Hayes, D. - 
78; Percell, D. - 78; Williams, T. - 79; Herron. M, - 79. Stout, 
B. - 79; Miller, J. - 78; Standford, R. 78; Watson, C, - 76: 
Painter. D. - 75: Johnson. P - 75: Carroll. St. - 74: 
Robinson. E. -72; Mccullum, L. - 70; Alford. R,-70;Reben 
R. - 70. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Moore. B. - 92; Thompson. T. - 91 : Wright, - 91 ; Bradford, 

B, - 90: Delaney, W. - 90; Liggett, E. - 90: Collins, R, - 89: 
Morris, E. -89; Barth. D. -88; Young, 8.-87; Purcell, M -86 
Lynn, D. - 86: Bond, T. - 86: Sesher, J. - 86; Bosse, R. - 85 
Simms, C. - 85: Swope, J. - 85; Moore. B, - 85; Vaughn. B. - 
85; Seavers, J -84; Read, R. -84; Victory. A. - 84; Conlin. M. 

- 84; Donoghue, T, - 84; Klopp, B. - 83; Fuchs, C. - 83; 
Gumble, A. -83; Carr. L. - 82: Karrarek, R. 82: Korden brock. 
J. - 82; Hoffman, T. - 82; Elkin. L. - 82; Frank. J, - 82; Towe, 
P. - 81 : Ponchot, J. - 81 : Those, T. - 81 ; Wilson, L. - 81 ; 
Grefer, T. - 81; Kemen. J. - 81; Westhoff, G. - 80; 
Thompson, N. - 80; Johnson, J. - 80; Willman, G. - 80; 
Starnes. D. -80: Mang, B. -80; Blackford. R. -79; Keller, T.- 
79; Milller, T. - 78: Uriage, D. - 78; Harvie. J. - 76; Egan, S. - 
76; Dorman, T. - 76; Staton, F. - 75; Getjen. G - 74; Trapp, 

C. -68 

KENTUCKIANA CONFERENCE 

Weber, T. - 97; Breeden, A. - 97; Osting. J. - 94; Ishmale. S 

- 93; Shreve, T. - 93; Backert, T. - 92: Desensi, C. - 92: 
Furlong, B.- 91; Jones. P. -91; Klusman, C.-91; Russ, C. - 
91;Turley, H. -91 : Wuertz, J. -91; Cline, N. -90: Gutterman 
J. - 90: Llllie. W. - 90; Passaflume - 90; Spath. B. - 90 
Tharpe. W. 90; Wilson. J. - 90; Bell. C. - 89; Doyle. D. - 89 



Joest, S. - 89; Postts, R. - 89; Vanbogaert. S. - 89; Graas, F. - 
88; Hagan. M. - 88; Nelligan. M. - 88; Baldwin, D. - 87; 
Martin, T. - 88; McGinty, D. - 87; McNay, J. - 87; Sohan, J. - 
87; Stovall. K. - 87; Youngren. D. - 87; Davidson, B. - 86; 
Downs. G. -86; Green well. B. -86: Meyer. M.-86; Mercker. 
G. - 85: Mayer, E - 84; McGinty, S. - 84: Treibly, C - 84; 
Finck, D, - 83: Fryrear, B, - 82; Stuedle, R^- 82; Brown, M. - 
81: Hackett, W. - 81; Showalter. C. - 81: Hickey. T. - 80; 
Sammons, T. - 80: Skaggs. R - 80: Allen. J. - 78; Hancock. 
N - 78: Schulten. J. - 78; Huhn, T, - 77; King, R, - 77; 
McGorkle, B. - 77; Atwell, H - 74; Friedman. C. - 74; 
Holzknecht. T. - 74; Morris, L, - 74; Coleman, L, - 73; 
Denton, B. - 72; Hiipp, A. - 72: McGrath. J. - 72: Young. A. - 
72; Dewees. B. - 71; Dewltt. L - 71. Horsman, B. - 71; 
France. M. - 70; McGrath. B. - 70; Turner. R. - 70; lenz, J. - 
69: Francis. J, - 67. Lambert. 1-51; Fenimore. C - 40 

THIRTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Powers. E. -99; Hammonds, G -99: Black, B -98;Tye.J,- 
97, Page. J - 96: Noonan. R. -96. Kersey. A, -96. Henson. 
P - 95; Purgin. C - 95; Onskt. A - 94; Pace. K, - 94; Kirk C - 
94; Howard. J -93: Head. L. -93: Saylor. G, -92: Reynolds. 
E, - 92; Anders. R, - 92. Houchins. T. - 92; Mosley. D. - 92; 
Steiler. C. -91; Brown. W. -91; Peitrowski, P.-91; Ensslin C. 

- 91 ; Cook. C, - 90; Evans. A. 90: Ball. P. - 90; Cox. B. - 89; 
Ward. J. - 89; Morgan. K, - 88: Morgan. R. -87; Ashurst. M. - 
86; Washington. D. - 85: Harris. G. - 85; Burkhart. B - 84; 
Kirk. J, - 84; Bunch, L - 83: Russell. P. - 83; Crowley. : 
Shaw. K. - 83: Lee. C - 82 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Jenkins. B, -96: Linkes. C, -96; Fay. J, -95; Lusby. G -95: 
Clemmons, S, - 94; Sumner. C - 94. Ammerman. B - 94; 
Durham. T. -94; Gorham. B. -93. Moody. J. -93; Owens. P. 

- 93; Jacoby, B. - 93; Staley, J, - 93: Shield. D. -92; Wanchlc. 
N. - 92: Current. R. - 91; Giles, F. - 91; Satterly, G. -91; 
Thompson, H. -91; Poole, G. -91 ; Wright, J. -91 ; Swinford. 
J. - 91; Bramble, J. - 91; Easterly, T. - 90; Ewen, G. - 90; 
McFadden, J.-90; Duff. W, -90; Johnson, R, -89. Day. R- 
89: Potter. J. - 89; Morris. S. - 89; Pugh. B. - 89; Branham. 
J -88: Vandermale. J.-87:Shreve.R.-87:Ransdell. J.-87; 
South. S. - 87; Mattmiller. R. - 87; Gfell. G. - 87; Garcia. C - 
87; Dean, R. - 87: Tipton, R. - 87; Mason, W.C. - 87; Yates, 
G- - 86; Maupin, R. - 86: Hall, C. - 86; Bozarth. P. - 86; 
Smock. E, - 86; Dyehouse, J. - 85; Cole, B. - 85; Brock, J. - 
85; Farmer, G. - 85; Wright. J. D. - 84; Scott. B. - 84; 
McLaughlin, B -84; Graham. J. - 84; Smith, J. -83; Foster, 
B. - 83; Atkins, B. - 83: Dunn, S -83, Oser, L. - 83: Paiko, E. - 
83; Yeiser. J, - 82; Thompson. J, -81 : Smoot, J. - 81 : Tate. K. 

- 81; Owens. M - 81; Kinnard. B. - 81. Hall. E. - 81; 
Gastineau, J. - 80; Gilligam. R, - 80; Rawdon. R. - 79.0; 
Carmlchael, S. - 78.5; Thompson, M. - 78.5; Tompkins. B. - 
78,3. Lentry. R. -77.0; Reece. J. -77.5; Snowden. D, -77.0; 
Gettler. J, - 75.0; Clark, O. - 75.0: Smith, J. - 75.0; Hill, R, - 
70-3: Easley. D, - 70 0: Brown. J.W - 64 



The remaining conference ratings will be 
published in the April "Athlete". 




^ TEAM PICTURES NEEDED ^ 

Pictures of participating teams are needed for the State 
events programs and the WIAA magazine. 

Play Ahead - have a formal varsity squad photo taken in 
all sports before the tournament. 



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Jim Ant^ /ictmtie^ 



National Federation of State Higti School Associations 
RESOLUTION 

WHEREAS, the National Federation of State High School Associations consists of the fifty (50) individual state 
high school athletic and/or activities associations, the District of Columbia and Canadian Provinces who 
have united to secure the benefits of sharing and coordinating policies for administering high school 
athletic and fine arts programs: and, 

WHEREAS, the National Federation recognizes the use of mood-altering chemicals as a significant helth 
problem for many adolescents, resulting In negative effects on behavior, learning and the total 
development of each individual; and, 

WHEREAS, the misuse and abuse of mood-altering chemicals for some adolescents affects extracurricular 
participation and development of related skills and others are affected by the misuse and abuse by team 
members, family or significant persons in their lives; and, 

WHEREAS, the close contact in extracurricular activities of coaches and advisors provides them with a unique 
opportunity to observe, confron and assist young people; and, 

WHEREAS, standards and rules for use of mood-altering chemicals can serve the following purposes: 

(1) to emphasize concerns for the health of students in areas of safety while participating in activities and 
the long-term physical and emotional effects of chemical use on their health; 

(2) to promote a sense of order and discipline among students: 

(3) to confirm and support existing state laws which restrict the use of such mood-altering chemicals: 

(4) to establish standards of conduct forthosestudentswhoareleadersandstandard-bearersamong their 
peers. 

(5) to assist students who destre to resist peer pressure which directs them toward the use of mood-altering 
chemicals; 

(6) to assist students who should be referred for assistance or evaluation regarding their use of mood- 
altering chemicals; and, 

WHEREAS, education and awareness training in adolescent chemical use problems can be provided for 
administrators, athletic directors, coaches, advisors, students and their families; 

THEREFORE, be It resolved that It is the position of the National Federation of State High School Associations 
that a student participating in the athletic and fine arts activities program should not engage in the use of 
mood-altering chemicals. 

THEREFORE, be it resolved that the National Federation encourage chemclal awareness actlvites for students 
in the extracurricular activities of the fifty (50) state individual associations, the District of Columbia and the 
Canadian Provinces 

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CLAY CO. 


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BOONE CO. 


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METCALFE CO 


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EASTERN 


58 




BREATHITT CO 


47 




DOSS 


76 




LEXINGTON CATHOLIC 


66 




MASON COUNTY 


68 




PAINTSVILLE 


54 




WASHINGTON CO 


51 




HOPKINSVILLE 


98 


31 


GREENUP CO. 


60 




SOMERSET 


48 




APOLLO 


64 




OLDHAM CO. 


54 




MURRAY 


45 



CLAY CO. 


77 


METCALFE CO 


66 


DOSS 


64 (OT) 


MASON CO 


63 


PAINTSVILLE 


68 


HOPKINSVILLE 


71 (OT) 


APOLLO 


68 


OLDHAM CO. 


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Jeff Ouarles 


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MINUTES 

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BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Hyatt Regency, Lexington, 
on Friday, March 22, 1985. The meeting was called to order 
by President Eldon Davidson at9:00 a.m. with all the Board 
members, Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant 
Billy V. Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries 
and Louis Stout and Sports Information Director Julian 
Tackett present. Mr. Lloyd Redman was present 
representing the State Department of Education. Mr, Bob 
Rogers gave the invocation. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Chester Turner, that 
the minutes of the January 19, 1985, meeting of the Board 
be approved. The motion carried unanimously. 



Jim Nix. Athletic Director of Calloway County High 
School had requested to appear before the Board to 
appeal the Board's decision of January 19, 1985, 
rescinding the motion of December 21, 1984, mandating 
that there be four teams in each basketball district. 
Following a lengthy discussion and comments by other 
representatives of Region 4, Pat Crawford moved, 
seconded by David Webb, that the Board go into Executive 
Session. The motion carried by a vote of 8-1 

Ray Story moved the Board return to Open Session. Bob 
Rogers seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

Pat Crawford made a motion, seconded by Frank Welch, 
that the Board deny the appeal of Calloway County High 
School. The motion carried by a vote of 7 in favor 1 
opposed and 1 abstention. 

David Webb moved, seconded by ChesterTurnerthatall 
bills of the Association for the period beginning January 1 , 
1985, and ending February 28, 1985, be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced the results of the recent 
election for new Board of Control members. Representing 
Section 6, Ken Tippett received 13 votes. Dr. Betty Watson, 
9 votes and Richard Jones received 8 votes. In Section 1 , 
Tom Buchanan received 22 votes, Harold Wood, 8 votes 
and Richard Vincent received 4 votes 

Mr. Wise gave a brief report on the progress of the Boys' 
State Basketball Tournament stating that ticket sales to 
date were approximately $308,114. Pre-tournament sales 
for the Girls' State Basketball Tournament were 
approximately $6,554,00. He stated that he would provide 
a more detailed report on both boys' and girls' 
tournaments during the April meeting of the Board. A 
financial audit of both tournaments will appear in the 
August issue of the "Athlete". 

Commissioner Mills announced to the Board the results 
of two eligibility cases that had been appealed to the State 
Board of Education. In both cases— Michael Buell and 
Charles Tilley- the State Board of Education upheld the 
decision of the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control. 



Following a discussion of the proposals to be submitted 
to the Delegate Assembly, Bob Rogers moved, seconded 
by Pat Crawford, that the following proposal be submitted 
as follows: 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that 
By-Law 21, Number of Basketball Games be 
changed to read as follows; "The number of 
basketball games played by a member school 
after December 31 and prior to the district 
tournament shall not exceed twenty. No member 
school which violates this rule shall not be 
eligible for district tournament competition. Any 
two county, conference or invitational 
tournament games played by a member school 
shall count as only one game for each 
tournament toward the total game limit of 
twenty-four 
The motion carried by a vote of 8-2 

Bob Rogers made a motion, seconded by Chester 
Turner that the following change be made to Proposal IX: 
3 A maximum of eleven (11) regular season 

games may be played. Pre-season bowl games 

shall count toward the eleven-game regular 

season limitation. 

The motion carried by a vote of 8-2 

Commissioner Mills expressed thanks on behalf of the 
Board to Channel 27's Dave Baker for his coverage of the 
K.H.S.A.A.'s activities. 

Following a discussion regarding experimental use of a 
smaller basketball by the girls' teams, it was decided that 
the K.H.S.A.A. conduct a survey of all member schools to 
determine their interest in adopting the smaller ball 
beginning with the 1985-86 season. Commissioner Mills 
would report on the results at the next Board meeting. 

Commissioner Mills announced that the plans were 
being finalized for the Annual Summer Meeting of the 
National Federation to be held in Lexington from July 2-6, 
1985. 

David Webb moved, seconded by Pat Crawford that the 
following sentence be deleted from Section V.T ParfB of 
Rules and Regulations Governing Basketball 
Tournaments: 

"An official who has worked in the State Tournament for 
two successive years is not eligible to work in the 
tournament the following year." 
The motion carried unanimously. 

President Davidson announced that the next meeting of 
the Board of Control would be on April 18, 1985, at 4:00 
p.m. at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office m Lexington. 

There being no further business. Bob Rogers moved that 
the meeting adjourn. Frank Welch, seconded the motion, 
which passed unanimously. 



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1984-85 Approved 

and Certified 
Baseball Officials 



The following Baseball officials have qualified for the 
ratings for APPROVED or CERTIFIED as a result of the 
National Federation Examination: 

APPROVED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 



Allison, Larry 
Arndt, Gerald 
Austin, Dwighl 
Berryman, Mike 
Bugg, James 
Butler, Joseph 
Carlbert, Jeff 
Carlbert, Ralph 
Compton, Jerry 
Denham, Edward 
Dossett, Mark 
Emberton, John 
England, William 
Finley, Ron 
Fleming, Stanley 
French, Mitchell 
Gwaltney, Wayne 
Hale, Terry 
Hammond, William 
Head, Brad 
Hilliard, Gerald 



Johnson, Jack 
Johnson, Larry 
Jordon, Walter 
King, Curtis 
King, Russell 
Kordenbrock, Ken 
Leggett, Kenneth 
Linton, Gregory 
McCloud, John 
McGuire. Billy 
P'Pool, Ricky 
Rennekamp, James 
Rennekamp, Jim 
Rison, Bart 
Ross, Dean 
Schmuck, Edward 
Smith, Burton 
Strain, Andrew 
Sweets, Garry 
Unrue, Philip 
Woosley, Mike 



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"KENTUCKY 

ATHLETIC 

DIRECTIONS' 



CERTIFIED OFFICIALS 



The annual business meeting of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Directors' Association was held March 22, 
1985 at the Hyatt Regency in Lexington. 

Election of officers was held - Don Webb from Bowling 
Green High School was elected President; Bob Jacobs 
from Louisville Manual High School was elected Vice- 
President; Jim Watkins from Southern High School in 
Louisville started his second term as Secretary-Treasurer. 

Plans were made for the State Conference to be held in 
Louisville on April 25, 26, and 27. I would like to see all of 
the schools throughout the state of Kentucky represented 
at this important meeting. 

Don Webb 
KHSADA President 



Bradley, Robert 
Breeden, Alan 
Clemmons, Doug 
Dotson, Scott 
Gabriel, Charles 
Harkleroad, Tom 
Hopper, Tony 
Jackson, Stephen 
Maddox, Robert 



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Morrison, Donnie 
Purkins, Walter 
Salyers, John 
Thomas, Paul 
Westphal, Edwin 
White, David 
Wilson, Larry E. 
Wislon, Larry W. 
Wingfield, Felix IV 



1983-84 Approved 
Softball Officials 



The following Softball officials have qualified for the 
rating of APPROVED as a result of the National Federation 
Examination; 






Campbell, Mike 
Childress, Jeff 
Crittenden, Fred 
Cunningham, Steve 
Cusentino, James 
England, William 
Fleming, Stanley 
Henken, Robert 



Klette, Tom 
Mason, Junior 
Nelxon, Rick 
Peace, Richard 
Pearl, George 
Reinhart, Marty 
Soard, Dennis 
Themann, Genelle 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1985 



PAGE THREE 



SACRED HEART ACADEMY — GIRLS' CHAMPIONS 
1985 STATE SWIMMING MEET 



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First Row (Left to Right) Angela Summers, IMandy Snider Joanna Riggs, Amy Barrett, Betli Grolnmann, Elizabeth Miller. Second 
Row: Eileen Sampey, Mary Tierney Dorsey Tierney, Krista Hubbuch Third Row: Leigh Ann Fetter, Julie Sauer, Peggy Meagher, 
Cheri Baxter, Sarah Ware, Jenny Schroering, Laura Profumo, Lisa Hubbuch. 

ELIZABETHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL — BOYS' CHAMPIONS 
1985 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




First Row (Left to Right): Russell McKlnley, Paul Sommerf ield, John Cyganiewicz, Matt Brokaw, Tony Leonard, John Godfrey, 
Paul Godfrey, Chris Hart. Second Row: Doug Lambert, Ann Murray, Billy Godfrey, Bobby Jenkins, Chris Heric, Mitch Mobley, 
Tim Johnson, Matt Dahl, Bob Cowan, Joel Cyganiewicz. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1985 



J.B. MANSFIELD AWARD 




Dina Disney 

The J.B Mansfield Award was won in 1985 by Dina 
Disney of Meade County High School in Biandenburg. 
The annual award given by the Louisville Courier- 
Journal, is presented in memory of former Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association Commissioner J.B, Mansfield 
to the player in the KH.S.A.A. Girls' State Basketball 
Tournament who excels in four areas; basketball ability, 
academic accomplishments, sportsmanship, and 
citizenship. The selection was made by a committee of 
school personnel from throughout the state Miss Disney 
has maintained a 3-7 grade average ranking hersixth in her 
class, has been an active participant in many school 
activities such as National Honor Society. Student 
Government. Church Youth Group and Concert Choir as 
well as her participation on the Golf and Tennis teams. She 
was named Miss Meade County High by students at 
M.C H S. and was named to the All-State Tournament 
Team for 1985 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Annette Jones 

The Most Valuable Player Award is presented annually 
by the Lexington Herald-Leader for outstanding play in the 
Girls' Sweet Sixteen State Basketball Tournament. The 
recipient is determined by a vote of the coaches of the 
sixteen participating teams and a panel of sports reporters 
and media representatives The Most Valuable Player for 
the 1985 Girls' State Basketball Tournament was forward 
Annette Jones of Atherton High School in Louisville. A 
near-unanimous selection in the MVP voting. Miss Jones 
scored 84 points in her four state tournament games and 
pulled down 23 rebounds, while dishing out 18 assists. 



K.H.S.A.A. SWEET SIXTEEN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 




Tammy Golden 

In 1985. the Kentucky High School Athletic Association awarded the first K.H.S A.A. Girls' Sweet Sixteen Academic 
Scholarship Award Sponsoied lointly by the K H.S.A A . the Kentucky Educational Foundation and Superintendent of 
Public Instruction Alice McDonald, this award is to be presented annually to the participant in the Girls' Sweet Sixteen who 
has excelled both in the classioom and on the playing floor The award in the form of a S1000 scholarship to the college or 
university of the recipients' choice, was implemented to further emphasize and illustrate academic accomplishments as well 
as athletic ability. The first recipient was Tammy Golden of Whitley County High School in Williamsburg. Miss Golden 
carries a perfect 4.0 average, is active in many organizations such as the Christian Youth Club, Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes, and the Student Council, and helped lead her lady Colonel teammates to the 1985 Girls' Sweet Sixteen 
Championship, 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1985 



PAGE FIVE 



TED SANFORD AWARD 




Spence Shipley 

To foster the ideals exemplified by Ted Sanford, former 
Commissioner of tfie Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association, the Courier-Journal inaugurated the Ted 
Sanford Award to be given annually to a player in the 
K.HS.A.A. Boys' State Basketball Tournament who excels 
in four areas; basketball ability, academic 
accomplishments, sportsmanship, and citizenship For 
1985. a committee composed of school personnel 
throughout the state selected Spence Shipley, of Doss 
High School in Louisville, Shipley maintained a fine 3 9 
grade average ranking m the top ten percent of his class, 
quarterbacked the Doss football team, and played guard 
on the Dragons' basketball team which advanced to the 
semi-finals of the 1985 Boys' Sweet Sixteen State 
Basketball Tournament 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Wendell Quarles 

The Most Valuable Player Award is presented nnnually 
by the Lexington Herald-Leader for oiitbtanding play in the 
Boys' Sweet Sixteen State Basketball Tournament The 
recipient is determined by a vote of the coaches ot the 
sixteen participating teams and a panel ot spoils leporters 
and media representatives The Most Valuable Player for 
the 1985 Boys' State Basketball Toiimameni was guard 
Wendell Ouarles of the State Champion Hopkinsville 
Tigers Quarles tallied 5(> points, had rune rebounds and 
dished out 20 assists (Jimng four games ol the State 
Tournament, 



K.H.S.A.A. SWEET SIXTEEN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 




"Chip" Nixon 

In 1985. the Kentucky High School Athletic Association created the K,H S.AA Boys' Sweet Sixteen Academic 
Scholarship Award, This award is to be presented to the participant in the Boys' Sweet Sixteen who has excelled both in the 
classroom and on the playing floor The award, in the form of a $1000 scholarship to the college oi university of the 
recipients' choice was implemented to further emphasize and illustrate academic accomplishments as well as the athletic 
ability, Thefirst recipient was George Harrison 'Chip " Nixon of Metcalfe County High School in Edmonton. In addition to his 
basketball commitments, Nixon maintained a perfect 4,0 grade average, was very active in school activities including the 
Beta, Pep, and Chemistry/Physics Clubs, and was named Mr, Metcalfe County High, an illustration of his respect among his 
peers. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1985 



1985 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, RICHMOND, KY — FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 23, 1985 





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1 Sacred Heart Academy (SHA) 1 57 56 

2 Hopkinsville (HOP) 1:59,65 

3 Lafayette (LAF) 1 :59.72 

4. Elizabethtown (ET) 2:00 43 

5 BovBling Greer (BG) 2:01 57 

6 IVIodel (MOD) 203 27 

#2 200 Yard Freestyle 

1 Peggy Mpagtier(SHA) 152 72' 

2 tVlarit G:'-.on (BAL) 1 57 04 

3- Chen Bjxter(SHA) 1 58,83 

4, Judy Willing (IVIILE) 1,58.87 

5, Wendy Kotiltiepp(NDA) 2:00 17 

6, Ann Fistier (WC) 2:05 60 

#3 200 Yard I.M. 

1 Dorsey Tierney (SHA) 2 11 10 

2, Karyn Stubbs (NEW/) 2 13 64 

3 Jill Bakehorn (TC) 2:14 66 

4, Vicki Robinson (BS) 2:15 65 

5 Kelly Boone (ET) 2:18 87 

6 Jenny Scfiroenng (SHA) 2:19 13 

#4 50 Yard Freestyle 

1, Lisa Schreiber (Vf^A) 24 77 

2, tvlandy Smder (SHA) 25 81 

3 Leigh Ann Fetter (SHA) 25 84 

4 Karen Barry (MLE) 26 04 

6 Kim Profdtt (HOPI 26 16 

6, Renan Wisenbaker (tvlOD) 26,19 



#5 1 Meier Diving 

1 Sarah Ware (SHA) 437 00 

2 Laura Prolumo ISHA) 426 05 

3 IVIonique Ivlontmeny (DIX) 391 25 

4 Lee Livesay (WAG) 372 35 

5 Cecilia Brungs (NDA) 334 15 

6 Jenny Goldberg (ATH) 333 15 

#6 100 Yard Fly 

1 rvlandy Snider (SHA) 59 87 

2 Vicki Robinson (BS) 1,00,05 

3 Beth Holt (lulLE) 1:00,51 

4 Tonya Lyddane (OCH) 1:00 75 

5 Joanne Wissman (NDA) 1:0188 

6 Kay Biackv^ood (IVILE) 1 02 67 

»7 100 Yard Freestyle 

1 Lisa Schrieber (VIVIA) 52,76 

2 tVlarit Gibson (BAL) 54,36 

3, Stephanie Boerschinger (LAF) 55 35 

4, Chen Baxter (SHA) 55 57 

5 Joanne Wissman (NDA) 55 96 

6 Beth Holl (MLE) 56 55 

#8 Girls 500 Yard Freestyle 

1 Peggy IVIeagher (SHA) 5 03 19 

2 Judy Welting (tVILE) 5 03 53 

3 Eileen Sampey (SHA) 5 14 22 

4 Wendy Kohlhepp (NDA) 5 14 39 

5 Elizabeth Ivliles (COL) 5 19 58 

6, Susan Torbett (IVIOD) 5:24 70 



«9 100 Yard Back 

1 Jill Bakehorn (TC) 59 17' 

2 Tonya Lyddane (OCH) 1 02 89 

3 Pam Stanford (PB) 104 57 

4 Amy Asher (TC) 1 05 61 

5 Julie Sauer (SHA) 1:06,95 

6 Kay Blackwood (IVILE) 1 07 20 

«10 100 Yard Breast 

1 Karyn Slubbs (NEW) 1 07 63 

2 Dorsey Tierney (SHA) 1 07 80 

3 Heather Ivlatz (FTK) 1:10 71 

4 Amy Barrel! (SHA) 1:1158 

5 Stephanie Boerschinger (LAF) 1:12,13 

6 Angela Summers (SHA) 1:12,54 

#11 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1 Sacred Heart Academy (SHA) 3:39,57' 

2 IVIale (MLE) 3:44,35 

3 Model (MOD) 3:50 01 

4 Notre Dame Academy (NDA) 35175 

5 Fori Knox IFTK) 4 00 94 

6 Elizabelhlov»n (ET) 4:02.31 

* Denotes New State Record 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1985 



PAGE SEVEN 



1985 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Cliampions 

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, RICHMOND, KY — FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 23, 1985 



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1 Ehzabethtown (ET) 143 97 

2 Saint Xauier (STX) 1 44 37 

3 Bowling Green (BG) 1:45 18 

4 Model (tVIGD) 1 47 29 

5 Paul Blazer (PB) 1:47 37 

6 Covington Cattiolic (CO) 1:48 29 

#2 200 Yard Freestyle 

1 Jotln Fisctlbactl (BAL) 1:47.04 

2 Peter Anderson (HOP) 1 48.36 

3 Joe IVIeyer (HGH) 1:50 29 

4 Dale tvlercker (WAG) 1:50 75 

5 Jerry Wissman (CC) 1 51 30 

6 A J Wynkoop (ATH) 1 54 05 

#3 200 Yard I.M. 

1 Tony Siebel (STX) 1:59.84 

2 Erie Richter (HGH) 2:02 03 

3 Paul Godfrey (ET) 2:02 35 

4 Scott Ryan (CC) 2:03 99 

5 Paul Sommerfield (ET) 2:05 56 

6 rvlike rvlcaliister (IVILE) 2 07 99 

#4 50 Yard Freestyle 

1 Billv Godfrey (ET) 22 75 

2 Chris Young (HC) 23 01 

3 Jason Thelen (CC) 23.08 

4 Tom Chewning (HOP) 23.28 

5 Todd Whittle (CC) 23.38 

6. Trauis N/lusgrave (TC) 23 45 



#5 1 Meter Diving 

1 Brent Lichty (tulOD) 481 80 

2 David Blount (HC) 412 50 

3 Alan Frazer (HGH) 406 80 

4 Phihp Boomlield (OS) 402 95 

5 Vincent Figuried (STX) 385 40 

6 Ted Waldeyer (TRN) 361 50 

t»6 100 Yard Fly 

1 Peter Andersson (HOP) 53 07 

2 Eric Richter (HGH) 53.33 

3 Ivlike Mcallisler(IVILE) 54 70 

4 Joe Meyer (HGH) 56.20 

5 Kurt Reisert (STX) 56 47 

6 Ben Tederslrom (STF) 56 68 

#7 100 Yard Freestyle 

1 Jason Theien (CC) 49 80 

2. Tom Chewning (HOP) 50 50 

3 Bill Matz (FTK) 50 64 

4 Chris Young (HC) 50.74 

5 A J Wyncoop (ATH) 50 80 

6 Richie Tobergte (CON) 50 84 

#8 500 Yard Freestyle 

1 John Fischbach (BAL) 4:46 72 

2 Scott Ryan (CC) 4:46 85 

3 Paul Godfrey (ET) 4 53 56 

4. Jerry Wissman (CC) 5:04 06 

5 Grainger Scherer (TRN) 5:05 75 

6 Brian Buckberry (BG) 5:10 98 



tt9 100 Yard Back 

1 "Tony Siebel (STX) 54 10' 

2 Billy Godfrey (ET) 56 09 

3 Tom Coons (MLE) 57 73 

4 Eric Hibbard (CON) 58 10 

5 John Godfrey (ET) 58 96 

6 Geoff Gregory (PB) 59 66 

#10 100 Yard Breast 

1 Ross Dickman (LLP) 10135 

2 Scott Kretzschmar (MOD) 10146 

3 Bill Matz (FTK) 1 02 94 

4 Dale Mercker (WAG) 104 20 

5 Rob Baker (BG) 1 04 85 

6 Brian Deboll (SCT) 1 06 54 

# 11 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1 Hopkinsville (HOP) 3 19 64 

2. Covinglon Catholic (CC) 3 20 88 

3 Highlands (HGH) 3 25 61 

4 Elizabethlown (ET) 3 29 10 

5 Bowling Green (BG) 3 33 67 

6 Sainl Xavier (STX) 3 33 89 



* Denotes New State Record 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1985 



® 



STATE TRACK 
MEET INFORMATION 



Friday, May 24, 1985. 

Practice Schedule The Shively Track will be open for 
practice all day for those who wish to use it. 

Team Packets Team packets and numbers can be 
picked up from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in front of the Shively Sports 
Center Building or Saturday morning, May 25, from 8:00- 
9:30 am at the gate to the track. 

Coaches Meeting: There will be a coaches and officials 
meeting at 6:00 p m. at the Shively Sports Center, Room 
102 on Friday, May 24 

NOTE: The 800m Relay will be run in lanes all the way. 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. 

STATE TRACK MEET E 

Classes A. AA, AAA Boys - Classes A, AA, AAA Girls 

FINALS - Saturday. May 25. 1985 



10:00 — A Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 
10:05 — AA Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 
10:10 — AAA Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 

10 20 — A Boys - 110m High Hurdles 
10:25 — AA Boys - 110m High Hurdles 
10:30 — AAA Boys - 110m High Hurdles 
10:40 — A Girls - 100m Dash 

10:45 — AA Girls - 100m Dash 
10:50 — AAA Girls - 100m Dash 
10:55 — A Boys - 100m Dash 
11:00 — AA Boys - 100m Dash 
11.05 — AAA Boys - 100m Dash 
11:10- A Girls - 800m Relay 
11:18 — AA Girls - 800m Relay 

1 1 26 — AAA Girls - 800m Relay 

11 34 - A Boys - 1600m Run 
11:42 — AA Boys - 1600m Run 
11:50 — AAA Boys - 1600m Run 
11:58 — A Girls - 1600m Run 
12:06 — AA Girls - 1600m Run 
12:14 — AAA Girls - 1600m Run 
12:22 — A Boys - 400m Relay 
12:28 - AA Boys - 400m Relay 

12 34 — AA Boys - 400m Relay 
12:40 — A Girls - 400m Relay 
12:46 - AA Girls - 400m Relay 
12:52 - AAA Girls - 400m Relay 

LUNCH BREAK 
1:30 — A Boys - 400m Dash 
1:35 — AA Boys - 400m Dash 
1:40 — AAA Boys - 400m Dash 
1:45 — A Girls - 400m Dash 
1:50 — AA Girls - 400m Dash 
1:55 - AAA Girls - 400m Dash 
2:00 — A Boys - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:05 — AA Boys - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:10 — AAA Boys - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:15 - A Girls - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:20 — AA Girls - 300m Low Huidles 
2:25 — AAA Girls - 300m Low Huidles 
2:30 - A Boys - 800m Run 
2:35 — AA Boys - 800m Run 
2:40 — AAA Boys - 800m Run 



2:45 — A Girls - 800m Run 
2:50 — AA Girls -800m Run 
2:55 — AAA Girls - 800m Run 
3:00 — A Boys - 200m Dash 
3:05 — AA Boys - 200m Dash 
3:10 — AAA Boys - 200m Dash 
3:15 — A Girls - 200m Dash 
3:20 — AA Girls - 200m Dash 
3:25 — AAA Girls - 200m Dash 
3:30 — A Boys - 3200m Run 
3:45 — AA Boys - 3200m Run 
4:00 — AAA Boys - 3200m Run 
4:15 — A Girls - 3200m Run 
4:30 — AA Girls - 3200m Run 
4:45 — AAA Girls - 3200m Run 
5:00 — A Boys - 1600m Run 
5:08 -- AA Boys - 1600m Run 
5:16 — AAA Boys - 1600m Run 
5:24 — A Girls - 1600m Relay 
5:32 — AA Girls - 1600m Relay 
5:40 — AAA Girls - 1600m Relay 
6:00 — AWARDS 



SHOT 

9:00 — Boys A 
10:30 — Boys AA 
12:00 — Boys AAA 
1:30 — Girls A 
3:00 — Girls AA 
4:30 — Girls AAA 

DISCUS 

9:00 — Girls AAA 
10:30 — Girls AA 
12:00 — Girls A 
1 :30 — Boys A 
3:00 — Boys AA 
4:30 — Boys AAA 



POLE VAULT 

00 — Boys A 
00 — Boys AA 
00 — Boys AAA 



FIELD EVENTS 

HIGH JUMP 

9:00 — Girls A 
10:30 — Girls AA 
12:00 — Girls AAA 
1:30 — Boys A 
3:00 — Boys AA 
4:30 — Boys AAA 

LONG JUMP 

9:00 — Boys AAA 
10:30 — Boys AA 
12:00 — Boys A 
1:30 — Girls A 
3:00 — Girls AA 
4:30 - Girls AAA 

TRIPLE JUMP 

12:00— Boys AAA 
2:00 — Boys AA 
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KANSAS CITY, MO. (March 27, 1985) — High school wrestling will be more exciting and safer than ever as a result of rule 
changes announced by the National Federation Wresting Rules Committee for the 1985-86 season The Interscholastic 
rules-making body formulated and approved rule changes and modifications during two days of meetings March 19-20 in 
Kansas City at National Federation headquarters. 

The use of rubber-type suites were added to the list of artificial heating devices that are currently listed In the rules. 

"The rubber, vinyl or plastic-type suites with elastic around all openings tend to eliminate the body from breathing," said 
Fritz McGinness, assistant director of the National Federation and liaison to the wrestling rules committee, in explaining the 
safety measure. "These suits can be very dangerous to an individual wearing them while working out." 

The committee also discussed the 275-pound weight limitation on heavy weights which goes into effect beginning with 
the 1985-86 season and affirmed its original decision. The weight limitation will apply to all individuals in the high school 
wrestling program. 

In another move, the rules committee changed the lime period for "weigh-ins" for tounament competitions from two and 
one-half hours to one hour. 

"The committee has been greatly concerned about the actual time period between weigh-ins and wrestling competition," 
explained McGinness. "The change moves the weigh-in closer to competition and is in the best interest of the sport." 

McGinness added that another benefit from the rule change would be a reduction in loss of school time. 

The committee also introduced one new scoring change which now allows for a technical fall to be scored the same as a 
fall when the margin of score is15ormorepoints. The measure was overwhelming supported by the wrestling questionnaire 
which reflected nearly a two-to-one margin from all coaches and officials providing input. 

Two changes that were approved in starting positions are expected to provide renewed excitement and strategy to the 
sport. The first change now allows the offensive wrestler to start in a standing position with both hands on the back of the 
defensive wrestler. The other revision permits the wrestler who has the choice of position to select the up, down or neutral 
position at the start of the second or third period. 

The complete list of rule changes which will effect approximately 250,000 participants at over 8,200 schools during the 
1985-86 season are as follows: 



1985-86 WRESTLING RULE REVISIONS 

4-2-1 Allows wrestlers to wear a neatly trimmed mustache. 

4-4-2 Places 275-pound maximum weight restriction regardless of additional weight classes. 

4-4-6 Added rubber, vinyl and plastic-type suits to the list of devices used for weight reduction 

purposes. 
4-5-3 Weigh-in for tournament competition reduced for 2'/? to 1 hour. 

5-1-4 The defensive starting position must allow the offensive wrestler to start from either side. 

5-1-5 Now allows for the optional start of the offensive wrestler where he can stand or be on his knees 

with hands on the back of the defensive wrestler. 
5-2 A technical fall will now be awarded when a wrestler has earned a 15-point advantage over his 

opponent. 
6-2-3 The wrestler that has the choice of position may select up, down or neutral at the start of the 

second or third period. 
6-6 New article to follow 6-6-4 which relates to clerical errors in match score. 

6-6-5 When a coach questions the misapplication of a rule, the penalty will be assessed against the head 

coach. 
7-4-4 Any action commencing after the end of the third period prior to the end-of-match procedure shall 

be considered unsportsmanlike or flagrant misconduct. 
10-2-1 The article stating that physicians will exam all contestants has been deleted. 

10-3 This section will be moved to comments on the rules. 



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1985 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 
PART II 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

RULE BOOK 

Page 40 - 8-3-4 — In second line, delete "without pitch." In third 
line, delete "being made." In fourth line, delete "which." In fifth 
line, delete "is followed by a pitch." 

Page 67 - Umpires Signals — In "D" of Umpires Signals, delete 
"balk or." Delete the same from the Umpires Signals on page 36 
in the Umpire's Manual 
Case Book 
Page 19- in play 3.3.1 d, revise ruling to read "In (a) and (b),R1 is 
ruled out and also is banished from the game regardless of 
obstruction 
SITUATION #24: With two out in the third inning, F1 is removed as 
pitcher after being hit in the knee with alinedrive. Fl's replacement 
takes (a) seven warm-up pitches or (b) nine warm-up pitches. 
RULING: In (a) F1 may return to pitch. In (b) F1 may not return to 
pitch. However, he may play another position. 3-1-2, 6-2-2-c 
SITUATION #25: With R1 on first and one out, the next pitch to B2 is 
called ball four, but R1 not knowing it is ball four attempts to steal 
second base F2 throws down to second base. R1 overslides the 
base and is tagged. Is R1 out? 

RULING: R1 is entitled to second base because of the base on balls 
to B2. However, upon oversliding second base, he forfeited his 
right to the base. Therefore, he would be out if tagged by the 
defense. 8-4-2-e 

SITUATION #26: Prior to the game, as the two opposing coaches 
verify to the umpire-in-chief that their players are dressed in 
accordance with the rules, one coach shows the umpire-in-chief a 
battling helmet that has a protective device attached to it that his 
player has to wear for safety purposes. 

RULING: If a plyer needs to wear a head protector with a special 
protective device attached to it, it must be approved in advance of 
the competition by the state association and must meet the 
NOCSAE standard. The mechanics forgetting a protective device 
approved is up to the state association. 1-1-6, 1-1-7 
SITUATION #27: F1 , while in the windup position, after taking his 
signal, sees R1 break for home plate. F1 , without stepping 
backwards off the pitcher's plate, whips a throw to the plate where 
(a) F2 tags out R1 or (b) B1 hits the ball up the middle for a single. 
RULING: Legal in (a) and (b) Since F1 did not step backwards off 
the pitcher's plate, his status still remains as pitcher Therefore, the 
batter has the opportunity to hit the throw to the plate since it is 
considered a pitch 6-1-1 

SITUATION #28: 81 singles to left field. 82 walks into the batter's 
box and picks up the bat that 81 used and prepares to bat. At that 
point the catcher asks the umpire it the bat that 82 is using is legal. 
After a thorough investigation, the umpire rules the bat illegal. 
RULING: In this case. 81 is declared out for using an illegal bat, 
since the infraction was discovered prior to a pitch. Additionally, 
82 would be called out since he was in the batter's box with an 
illegal bat. 7-4-a 

SITUAITON #29: With two outs and the bases loaded, 84 hits a 
home run out of the park, R2, at second, (a) maliciously runs over 
F2 before touching the plate or (b) R2 maliciously runs over F5 
before touching third. 

RULING: In both (a) and (b), R2 is declared out and ejected 
immediately. In (a), R1, the runner at third, will be allowed to score. 
With less than two outs, all runners would score except R2 In (b) 
with two outs, R2's out would be a force out for the third out. 
Consequently, no runs would score. With less than two outs, if R1 
scored before R2 maliciously ran over F5, R1 would be allowed to 
score Otherwise, if the malicious contact occurred before R1 
scored, R1 would be returned to third base. 3-3-1 Penalty 
SITUATION #30: With the bases loaded, 84 hits a double. However 
R2 maliciously runs over F5. If all runners are to return to the bases 
occupied at the time of the pitch and R1 is returned to first base, 
what happens to the battle? 

RULING; When possible, all runners are to return to the bases 
occupied at the time of ttie pitch. However, in this case, 84 must 
return to first base and R1 would be returned to second base. 3-3-1 
Penalty 

SITUATION #31: Team A chooses to use Its only remaining 
substitute in the last inning of the game. However, the substitute 
forgets to report unbeknown to his coach. The infraction is 
immediately discovered by the opposing team and brought to the 
attention of the umpire. 

RULING: A team is allowed to finish the game with eight players if, 
because of illness of injury, a player is forced to leave the game and 
that team does not have an eligible substitute available. Therefore, 
in this instance, the entering substitute would be ejected and the 
game would be forfeited. 4-4-1 -f 



SITUATION #32: With runners on first and third base, the pitcher 

assumes his position on the pitcher's plate in the set position with 

the ball in both hands m front of his body. R1 makes a break 

towards the plate. F1 steps clearly backward off the pitcher's plate 

and then runs several steps towards home plate and throws the ball 

to F2. The throw gets away from F2 and goes into the dugout. How 

many bases should R2, who was on first base, be awarded? 

RULING: When the pitcher stepped clearly backward off the 

pitcher's plate, he became an irifielder and his throw that ended up 

in the dugout, shall result in all base runners being awarded two 

bases from wehre they were at the time the throw left the fielder's 

hand. R2 would be awarded third base in this situation. 8-3-3-c 

SITUATION #33: After the lineup has been announced, but before 

the first pitch, the coach substitutes SI for 81. 

RULING: Legal provided 81 is not listed as the pitcher. If 81 is 

withdrawn, he has been in the game even though he has not 

particpated. 3-1-1 

SITUATION #34: A line drive is deflected by F1 and while still in 

flight, it caroms off the shoulder of the umpire and then off the head 

protector of R1 , who is advancing to second base The batted ball is 

caught by F4 before touching the ground. Is 82 out? 

RULING: No, the ball remains alive since it is not a catch by F4. 

Although the ball did not touch the ground, as soon as it touched an 

unpire or a runner, its status becamie that of a ground ball 8-4-2-f 

SITUATION #35: 81 hits a ground ball to F5. The throw to F3 is wide 

and causes F3 to stretch to make the catch The ball arrives in time, 

but as F3 attempts to regain his balance, he drops the ball 

RULING: The time element has some influence, but, in case of 

doubt, the umpire will reule the runner safe. Attempts to regain 

balance after receiving the ball are usually considered a part of the 

act of catching and if the first baseman does not come up with the 

ball in his possession, it is not considered a catch. In all such cases, 

there is a judgment factor If the ball is clearly in possession and if 

some other new movement, not related to the catch, is then made 

and if the ball is fumbled during such new movement, the umpire 

will usually declare it a catch followed by a fumble. 2-3-1 

SITUATION #36: R1 is on third base, R2 is on second baseandtwo 

are out. As F1 pumps, R1 starts for home. B5 hits a fair ground ball 

that F5 fields. He tags out R2 advancing to third base for the third 

out. R1 touches home plate before B2 is tagged out. F5 now throws 

the ball to F3 who beats B5 to first base. 

RULING: The run by R1 counts. The third out of the inning 

occurred when F5 tagged R2. Consequently, he did not need to 

throw the ball to first base 9-1-1 

SITUATION #37: S1 enters the game to pitch in the second inning, 

however, he fails to report to the umpire-in-chief and no one 

detects it. After he has pitched one inning, he comes up to bat in the 

third inning and hits a home run over the fence. Prior to the first 

pitch to the next batter, the defense recognizes that SI has not 

reported to the umpire-in-chief. 

RULING: SI is immediately ejected from the game, the proper 

batter (the batter he was supposed to have replaced) is declared 

outand the home run is nullified. If there were any runners on base 

at the time of the pitch, their runs also would be cancelled and they 

would have logo back to the bases they occupied at the time of the 

pitch. 3-1-1 Penalty 

SITUATION #38: With R1 at first base, F1 prepares to pitch to 82 

from the set position R1 breaks for second then F1 whirls on his 

pivot foot and, without hesitation, steps and throws to second base 

in time to put out R1. 

RULING: Legal. It is permissible to throw to an unoccupied base for 

the purpose of making a play. 6-2-4-b 

SITUATION #39: With the bases loaded and two outs, the catcher 

fails to catch a third strike Must the catcher throw to first base to 

retire the batter for the thrid out? 

RULING: No The catcher, depending on what is most convenient, 

may choose to simply step on home plate and force out the runner 

from third, 2-14-4. 7-4-e 

SITUATION #40: B1 somewhat attempts to bunt the ball and the 

umpire-in-chief calls the pitch a ball. The catcher asks the umpire 

to seek help from the base umpire. 

RULING: If there is a reasonable doubt in the umpire-in-chief's 

mind, he may ask the base umpie for help. 10-1-3 

SITUATION #41 : On a close play at first base, the base umpire calls 

B1 out. The coach of 84 objects to the call because he felt that F3 

had clearly pulled his foot. He asks the umpire-in-chief to overrule 

the base umpire. 

RULING: The umpire-in-chief must refuse to overrule the base 

umpire unless the base umpire asks his opinion. 10-1-3 



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SITUATION #16; In the 110 m high hurdles, A1 knocks over the last 

three hurdles before winning the event In a record-breaking time 

BT who finishes second, knocks over all 10 hurdles. In the 

inspector's judgment, A1 was making an honest effort to clear the 

hurdle, whereas B1 appeared to deliberately knock over each 

hurdle. 

RULING: A1 should be declared the winner and the record would 

be accepted Bl should be disqualified for failing to "attempt to 

clear each hurdle " (5-12-1) 

COMMENT: Officials may sometimes give the benefit of the doubt 

to the hurdler if it is not clearly evident that the hurdler is not 

attempting to clear the hurdle However, when the hurdler 

consistently places his foot on the hurdle gate so as to push it over 

in advance of his attempt to clear the huidle, the hurdler shall be 

disqualified While the rule does not specifically refer to an absence 

of contact with the hurdle gate the phrase "attempt to clear each 

hurdle' implies without contaci 

SITUATION #17: In ,!ie4x800m lelay, the baton is dropped during 

the second exchange between A2 and A3 While the baton is on the 

track in the exchange zone, il is stepped on by another runner. 

breaking the plastic baton A3 picks up the shattered baton and 

without interfering with any other runnet. continues the race 

Following the race, the inspector reports to the referee that while 

A3 did pick up the nia|or portion of what remained of the baton, it 

did have a jagged edge and should be luled illegal 

RULING: Team A should not be disqualified They began with a 

legal baton and the fact that the baton became illegal through use, 

would not in iteself, call for disqualification (5-4-3, 5-9-7) 

COMMENT: The question as to whether the baton was so damaged 

to presenl a serious injury hazard toanother runner certainly could 

be a consideration, but not a decision to make after the race was 

over 

SITUATION #18: After A1 has successfully completed four 

successive heightsd m the high jump, a protest is lodged that A1 is 

wearing illegal shoes Upon inspection, il is determined that the 

soles of Al's shoes do exceed -inch m thickness 

RULING: A1 will be disqualified from that event (4-5-7; 7-2-8, S R 

7 4 2A and B) 

SITUATION #19: In the girls' 300 m low hurdle race, as A1 

approaches the fifth hurdle she discovers it is set at the girls' 

intermediate, or 33-inch, height and in a moment of panic or 

confusion, decides to run around the hurdle but continues the race 

and clears the remaining hurdles which are all set at the proper 

height Following the race, it is confirmed the fifth hurdle was set at 

the incorrect height; but the referee disqualifies A1 for failing to 

attempt to clear the hurdle A1 's coach protests that the race should 

be rerun because of the administrative error in setting the hurdle at 

the incorrect height. 

RULING: While the eferee has the authority to disqualify A1 . the 

referee or the jury o appeals should give strong consideration to 

the situation that c lused A1 to run around the hurdle. In the 

guidelines for rerunr ing a race, a meet administration error such as 

incorrect hurdle set ing is grounds for consideration of rerunning 

the race 

SITUATION #20: In 'he finals of the 800 m run, a spill near the finish 

involves lunners Bl, CI and D1, who are contesting for second, 

third and fourth place A1 finishes first and was in advance of the 

incident when it occurred. The spill (a) was, or(b) was not the result 

of a foul. 

RULING; In (a), the referee would disqualify the offender and could 

order the race to be rerun with all the remaining contestants 

entered in the rerun, including A1 In (b), A1 is the winner The 

other places would be determined by the order in which the 

remaining runners finish the race (3-4-3, 4-5-3, 4-5-5, also see 

"Guidelines for Rerunning a Race, " page 33 of the Case Book) 

COMMENT: Not every spill results in a disqualification, and not 

every foul calls for the rerunning of a race 

SITUATION #21: Following a successful vault, the judge noticed 

that A1 had moved the standards to a minus setting, positioning the 

crossbar six inches in front of the verticle plane of the stopboard 

RULING: The attempt will be considered an unsuccessful or failed 

trial (7-4-13) 

COMMENT: If the judge had previously warned the vaulter and/or 

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RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



disqualification for failing to follow the directions of a meet official 
Because of the new rule change this year, judges in the pole vault 
should exercise some preventive officiating by paying particular 
attention to the position of the standards as they relate to the plane 
of the stopboard and caution any vaulter that moves the standards 
to a minus setting Meet administration may also consider some 
officiating aids such as a painted line that would provide a visual 
reminder when the standards are placed at a minus setting, or even 
an obstruction that would prevent the standardsfrom being moved 
toward the runway side of the plane of the stopboard 
SITUATION #22; A1 is wearing gloves in the pole vault and there is 
a controversy over whether they should be considered an illegal 
aid What are the guidelines for determining whether gloves should 
be permitted in the pole vault evenf 

RULING: When gloves are worn strictly for protection from the 
elements (cold weather), they are not considered an Illegal aid 
When gloves are worn to improve the gripping ability of the vaulter. 
eg. a type of glove that features a "snug-text" rubber gripping 
suiface in Ihe palm area, or rubber surgical gloves, they would be 
considered an illegal aid and should not be permitted. (7-2-8; S.R 
7 2.8B) 

SITUATION #23: Pole vaulter A1 fails his first attempt at 14'9" and 
passes his second and third attempts. When the bar is moved to 15', 
A1 fails his first try, but clears the bar on the second attempt at that 
height Bl , who successfully cleared 14' 9". cleared 15' on his third 
try at that height A1 is declared the winner on the basis of fewest 
trials at the height at which the tie occurs, but Bl's coach protests 
that A 1 also had two consecutive failed tries prior to his clearing the 
bar at 15'. 

RULING: The protest shall be denied. Rules specifically state that 
the first tie-breaker will be "the lowest number of trials for the 
height at which the tie occurs" and A1 should not be penalized for 
his strategy in passing after his first failed attempt at the lower 
height (7-4-25a) 

SITUATION #24; Coming around the final curve of the 1600 m run, 
A1 who IS leading veers away from the curb and into the path of 81 . 
As Bl starts to pass A1 on the inside, A1 changes direction to stay 
in the path of Bl There is no contact. 

RULING: If it is evident that the action by the lead runner is to 
prevent Bl from passing A1 would be disqualified. (4-5-3) 
COMMENT: It is possible for interference to occur without any 
physical contact involved. 

SITUATION #25: In the 4 x 100 m relay, the judges assigned to pick 
first place declare A1 as the winner. The judges picking second, 
select A1 for that place Two of the timers "announce" they timed 
A1 as the winner, and the other first place timer "picked" Bl as the 
winner The winning time betters the existing record 
RULING; A1 is the winner Rule 3-7-2 provides that the decision of 
the judges picking Ihe higher place shall overrule that of any judge 
who is selecting a lower place finisher 

COMMENT: The timers should only time the first runner to cross 
the finish line and leave the decision as to who finished in what 
order up to the finish judges The record is valid if three watches 
timed first place, regardless of the difference of opinion among 
timers and judges as to who finished first 

SITUATION #26; In a jump-off to break the tie in the pole vault, both 
A1 and Bl miss at the tying height. Because both feel exhausted, 
they mutually agree to lower the bar six inches and so inform the 
pole vault judge 

RULING: The bar will be lowered three inches. The interval is 
established by rule, and it cannot be changed even by mutual 
agreement (2-2-3 II; 7-4-25) 

SITUATION #27: In a conference meet involving eight schools, the 
4 X 100 m relay is being run in two sections against time. Team A, 
the third place finisher in Section One and Team B, the winner of 
Section Two have identical times 

RULING: Team B is third and Team A fourth, (5-5-7; 5-6-4) 
COMMENT: Determining final places by comparing times and 
places in races run in sections is not recommended, but when it 
must occur, the priority should be given to place over time when 
two teams have identical time Three watches should be used to 
time each scoring place when times are used to determine all place 
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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLVII NO. 10 



MAY, 1985 



$5.00 PER YEAR 



Newly Elected Board Members 





Tom Buchanan 



Ken Tippett 



Tom Buchanan, Superintendent of the Lyon County 
Schools, and Ken Tippett, Principal at Woodford County 
High School were elected recently to serve four-year terms 
as Directors of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Board of Control. 

Buchanan, who has served as the Lyon County 
Superintendent since 1980, will represent Section 1. 
composed of basketball regions 1 and 2, He is replacing 
outgoing Board of Control representative and 1984-85 
Board Vice-President Bob Rogers of Kevil, the Principal of 
Ballard Memorial High School. 

Buchanan graduated from Lone Oak High School in 
1956 before attending Eastern New Mexico University on 
an athletic scholarship and eventually earning both his 
B.A. and MA. from that institution, the latter coming in 
1965. In 1977, Buchanan received his Rank I certification 
from Murray State University. 

His experiences have included seven years of coaching 
basketball, football, baseball and track in Texas, one year 
in an Illinois high school principalship, and a stint as a 
teacher and coach in Carlisle and Ballard counties. He 
took a middle school principal position in Ballard County 
in 1976, and held that post until assuming his current 
position. 

A resident of Eddyville, Buchanan is married to the 
former Ruth Ann Copeland, and has two children; Todd, a 
graduating senior, and Mindy, a junior-to-be at Lyon 
County. 

The newly elected representative of Section 6, 
basketball regions 11 and 12, is Ken Tippett, Woodford 
County Principal since 1973. A native of Oldham County, 
Tippett received both his B.A. and MA. from Eastern 
Kentucky University. 

After graduation, Tippett began teaching and coaching 
in the Woodford County School system in 1963. He left 
Woodford County in 1966 to teach and coach in the Mt 
Sterling system, while at the same time finishing his Rank I 
certficiation requirements at Morehead State University. 

Since assuming his position at Woodford County, 
Tippett has been an active member of the Southern 
Association of Colleges and Schools and has served as an 
officer and active member of the Central Kentucky 
Conference. 

A resident of Versailles, Tippett is married to the former 
Sharon Musen, who is also active in athletics and teaching 
at Woodford County as a teacher and volleyball coach, and 
is an active member and officer of the Kentucky Girls 
Sports Association. The Tippetts have one son, Eric, a 
graduating senior: and three daughters, Dana, a 
sophomore, Denise an eighth grader, and Linda a sixth 
grader. All four children are in the Woodford County 
School system. 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board" of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building 
in Lexington, Kentucky on Thursday, April 18, 1985, The 
meeting was called to order at 4:00 p.mbyPresidentEldon 
Davidson. All Board Members, Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and Louis Stout and 
Sports Information Director Julian Tackett were present 
Mr. Davidson called upon Bob Rogers to give the 
invocation. 

Chester Turner made a motion, seconded by Pat 
Crawford, that the minutes of the March 22, 1985, meeting 
of the Board be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

The first item on the agenda was to set the site for the 
1986 Girls State Basketball Tournament, Lexington had 
Mills advised the Board that the bids were received at the 
July 1984 Board Meeting but at the request of the members 
of the board had been held until this meeting. Bids were 
received from the following locations: Eastern Kentucky 
University, Frankfort, Lexington and Western Kentucky 
University. Due to the fact that Lexington was hosting the 
NCAA Final Four Girls Tournament the same week as the 
1986 Girls State Basketball Tournament, Lexington has 
submitted a letter to the Board members with drawing their 
bid. Bob Rogers complimented Bowling Green and 
Western Kentucky University on the nice job that they did 
hosting the 1985 Girls State Basketball Tournament Mr. 
Rogers moved that the 1986 Girls Basketball Tournament 
be held in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Grant Talbott 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

Frank Welch moved, seconded by Charlie Wilson, that 
all bills of the Association for the period beginning March 
1, 1985 and ending March 31, 1985 be allowed. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

President Davidson called for the first appeals hearing- 
Mr. Larry H. Dowdy, who had requested a hearing before 
the Board on behalf of his son, Russ Dowdy. Following his 
presentation and questions by the Board members, Pat 
Crawford moved, seconded by David Webb, that the Board 
waive the transfer rule in this case. The motion carried by a 
vote of 7 in favor, 1 opposed and Bob Rogers abstaining. 

The second appeal was presented by Principal Tom 
Sims, Scott County High School on behalf of Billy Wise 
and Frank Persley. Comments were also made by Phillip 
Wise, father of Billy Wise; Frank Persley, father of Frank 
Persley, Jr. and Dr. Jack Herlihy, Superintendent of Scott 
County Schools. Following the appeal and questions of 
Mr. Sims and others by members of the Board, Chester 
Turner made a motion, seconded by Pat Crawford, that the 
eligibility of Billy Wise and Frank Persley be reinstated. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

NOTE: Billy Wise is not a relative of Billy V.Wise, Executive 
Assistant, Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. 

The next appeal was presented by Bob Tramontine, 
father of Greg Tramontine, a student at Frankfort High 
School. The Commissioner had ruled Greg ineligible to 
participate in interscholastic athletics due to the fact that 
Greg had attended Oneida Baptist Institute during his 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1985 



MAY, 1985 VOLXLVII, NO. 10 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103 Actof Octobers, 1917, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080, 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522, 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, Vice 
President-Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Patrick L. 
Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville, Anthony Olinger (1984- 
1988) Lexington, Ray Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Chester Turner (1983- 

1987) Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville, 
Frank Welch (1984-1988) Belfry, Charles WMson (1984- 

1988) Hyden, Lloyd Redman-State Department of 
Education Respresentative 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 

(continued from Page One) 

sophomore year and had played tennis. He is now subject 
to the transfer rule as a student at Frankfort High School. 
Chester Turner moved that the case be postponed until the 
Board has had an opportunity to review the facts in the 
case. David Webb seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 

Following a short recess, David Webb made a motion 
that the Board waive By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, in the case 
of Greg Tramontine. ChesterTurner seconded the motion, 
which carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then discussed the contents of a 
letter he had received from Principal Robert Gillaspie, 
regarding a violation of By-Law 32 by Tim Capps, a student 
at Webster County High School. Following a discussion of 
the case, Ray Story made a motion, seconded by Frank 
Welch, that By-Law 32 be waived in favor of Tim Capps. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Billy Wise gave the following report 
on the Boys and Girls Basektball Tournaments: 



Boys 



Attendance: 
Ticket Sales: 
Expenses: 

Attendance: 
Ticket Sales: 
Expenses: 



122,749 

$569,861.50 

180,000.00 approx. 

29,167 

$100,261.50 

72,000.00 approx. 



Mr. Wise stated that the final audit would appear in the 
August "Athlete". 

Commissioner Mills gave the results of the survey 
conducted among member schools to determine their 
interest in changing to the smaller ball for the 1985-86 girls 
basketball season. He stated that 138 schools voted in 
favor of the proposal; 27 favored adoption in 1988-89; two 
opposed change. Mr. Mills reported that the National 
Federation has adopted the smaller ball effective with the 
1988-89 school year. Following a discussion, Ray Story 
moved that the K.H.S.A.A. adopt use of the smaller ball for 
girls basketball effective with the 1985-86 school year. 
Chester Turner seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 



Chester Turner congratulated Mr. Mills and staff for the 
fine job that was done on the new Board table. 

A lengthy discussion ensued regarding increasing the 
price of the boys' and girls' basketball tournament tickets 
for 1986. Bob Rogers made a motion, seconded by David 
Webb, that the price of the tickets not be increased at this 
time. The motion carried by a vote of 5 in favor, 3 
abstentions and 2 opposed. 

Commissioner Mills reported that plans for the National 
Federation Summer Meeting to be held in Lexington from 
July 2-6, 1985, are almost complete. He explained that the 
Agenda will be mailed to each Board member upon receipt 
from the National Federation. 

Mr. Wise discussed the need for the Board to waive By- 
Law 32 to allow girls to practice and tryout for the 
Kentucky-Indiana All-Star Games. Mr. Davidson moved 
that the Board waive By-Law 32 and allow girls to practice 
for these all-star games. Grant Talbott seconded the 
motion, which carried unanimously. 

Mr. Wise announced that the next regular meeting of 
the Board would be at Lake Barkley, July 18-21. 

Commissioner Stout presented the State Wrestling 
Committee's Recommendations for discussion and 
approval. It was recommended that the tournament play- 
off system be revamped to omit participation during the 
school day. The new format includes a semi-state 
tournament following the regional. The Board approved 
the above format. 

The Board voted to accept bids for the Boys and Girls 
Basketball Tournaments for 1987 at the July Board 
meeting. 

Ray Story made a motion, seconded by Eldon Davidson, 
that the report of the Executive Committee be adopted. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

Bob Rogers made a motion, seconded by Eldon 
Davidson, that the meeting adjourn. The motion carried 
unanimously. 



'M\fi iafeDig 




National High School 

Activities Week 
October 20-26, 1985 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1985 



PAGE THREE 



Minutes of the 
Annual Meeting 




The Sixty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association was held at the office of the 
K.H.S.A.A., Lexington, on Friday morning, April 19, 1985. 
The invocation was given by Bob Rogers. 

President Eldon Davidson called the meeting to order at 
11;00 a.m. Fifty-five elected delegates or alternates 
answered the roll call. 

President Eldon Davidson introduced Superintendent of 
Public Instruction Alice McDonald, who spoke briefly to 
the Delegates on the importance of academics and 
athletics in the educational development of our students. 

Commissioner Tom Mills then presented a report on the 
activities of the Association during the 1984-85 school 
year. Howard Crittenden moved, seconded by Richard 
Goodman, that the report be accepted. The motion carried 
unanimously. (The Commissioner's report is printed 
elsewhwere In this Issue of the "Athlete".) 

Commissioner Mills Introduced newly elected members 
on the Board of Control to the Delegate Assembly as 
follows; Superintendent Tom Buchanan, Lyon County 
Schools, representing Section 1 and Ken Tippett, Principal 
of Woodford County High School, representing Section 6. 

President Davidson stated that presentation of 
proposals was the next order of business. 

Proposal I 

Principal Thomas L. Hood of Dayton High School 
proposes that the following changes be made in Article IV 
of the Constitution of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. 

ARTICLE IV: ADMINISTRATION AND LEGISLATION 
Section 1-Officers (Be changed to read:) 

The officers of the Association shall be a Commissioner 
and a Board of Control composed of eighteen (18) 
members, at least two (2) shall be black. 

Section 2 - Procedures of Election & Board of Control 

(Shall be changed to read:) 
B. Board of Control 

1. Members of the Board of Control shall be 
elected for a period of four (4) years by a vote 
of the representatives of member schools In 
each region. 

2. There shall be one (1 ) member from each of 
the sixteen (16) basketball regions. 

3. In addition there shall be two (2) blacks 
elected (Federal Court Decree), one (1) shall 
be elected to represent Regions 1 through 8 
and one (1) shall be elected to represent 
Regions 9 through 16. 

4. All Board of Control members shall be full- 
time certified employees of their respective 
Boards of Education. 

5. Notifications to the Representatives of each 
school In each Region, In which the member 
Is to be elected, must be made by the 
Commissioner not later than January 1. 

6. To be eligible for membership to the Board of 
Control, one must be a certified employee of 
an accredited K.H.S.A.A. member school or 
system In the region, he/she is to represent 
and must remain In that region during his/her 
term of office. Serving In a part time capacity 
or on leave of absence or on sick leave In any 
of these capacities will terminate the eligi- 



bility of the member and the remaining 
members of the Board shall fill the vacancy 
within sixty (60) days in the same manner as 
that prescribed for the regular election of the 
Board Members. 

7. Nominations for membership on the Board of 
Control, signed by five (5) representatives, of 
their region, shall be In the hands of the 
Commissioner, for regions that elect during 
the year, not later than midnight January 31. 

8. Ballots for election shall be distributed by the 
Commissioner before February 15, and 
returned on or before March 1. 

9. Results of the election shall be tabulated by 
the Commissioner, announced at the 
meeting of the Delegate Assembly, and 
published in the April Issue of the "Athlete". 

10. Terms of Board Members shall be staggered 
so that four (4) will be elected each year. 

11. At the Organization Meeting in July, the 
members of the Board of Control shall elect 
from their membership a President and Vice- 
President to serve for one (1) year. They shall 
not be eligible to serve for more than two (2) 
one-year terms in succession. The Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction shall designate 
a liaison person to meet with the Board of 
Control to participate m all discussion but to 
have no vote as a member of the Board of 
Control. 

John Radjunas moved, seconded by Marshall Patterson, 
that Proposal I be tabled. The motion to table failed by a 
of 19-32. 

John Reschar moved, seconded by Bill Toler that 
Proposal I be adopted. The motion failed to receive the 
necessary 2/3 votes for passage. Thirty-three delegates 
voted in favor of the motion with twenty-two being 
opposed. 

Proposal II 

Several principals In the Louisville-Jefferson County 
area propose that By-Law 4, Age be changed to read as 
follows: "A contestant becomes a ineligible on the 
nineteenth birthday if the age of nineteen is attained prior 
to August 1. If a contestant's nineteenth birthday Is 
attained on or after August 1, the contestant remains 
eligible for all sports for the remainder of that school year. 

Harold Combs moved that Proposal II be adopted. Mike 
McDaniel seconded the motion. The motion failed by a 
vote of 25-28. 

Proposal III 

Principal Bill VanWinkle, Owensboro High School 
proposes that item number 2 under Basketball - Boys and 
Girls In By-Law 27, Limitation of Seasons be changed to 
read as follows: "The first basketball game for boys' teams 
shall not take place prior to the Monday following 
Thanksgiving and the first basketball game for girls shall 
not take place before November 1." 

This also necessitates changing By-Law 43. Girls' 
Basketball Tournaments, by adding, "Distrlcttournaments 
shall be completed by the first Saturday in February, 
regional tournaments by the second Saturday In February 
and the state tournament by the third Saturday in 
February." 

It also necessitates changing the Basketball 
Tournament Rules to delete "Girls' Basketball" in 
paragraph 1. 

Don HInes moved, seconded by John Johnston that 
Proposal III be adopted. The motion failed by a vote of 3- 
52. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1985 



Proposal IV 

Principal Bill VanWinkle, Owensboro High School 
proposes that the following be added to By-Law 36, 
Summer Sports Program. "No member school shall have 
its basketball team attend any summer "Team Camp" as a 
unit and no more than three members from the same high 
school shall be assigned to the same team at any summer 
camp, summer basketball league, or summer 
tournaments." 

Eldon Davidson moved, seconded by Bill Toler, that 
Proposal IV be tabled. The motion to table failed by a vote 
of 15-39, 

Mike McDaniel moved, seconded by Bennie Keen that 
Proposal IV be adopted. The motion failed by a vote of 21- 
32. 

Proposal V 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that By-Law 
5, Section e., be deleted. By-Law 5, Section e. reads as 
follows: "Out-of-state transfer students must be making 
normal progress toward graduation based upon the 
academic requirements of the state being transferred 
from. However, said student must adhere to Association 
academic guidelines within one year of transfer," 

James Miller moved, seconded by Bob Logsdon, that 
Proposal V be adopted. The motion passed by avoteof46- 
2. 

Proposal VI 

The KHSA.A. Board of Contrl proposes that By-Law 
17, Practice of Sportsmanship be changed as follows: "The 
Commissioner and Board of Control shall have full 
authority to suspend the coach, player or any member 
school whose representatives may be convicted on 
competent evidence of the violation of this obligation," 

Paul Young moved, seconded by Kenny Bond, that 
Proposal VI be adopted. The motion passed by a vote of 
53-1, 

PROPOSAL VII 

The K.H.S.AA, Board of Control proposes that By-Law 
21, Number of Basketball Games be changed to read as 
follows: "The number of basketball games played by a 
member school after December 31 and prior to the district 
tournament shall not exceed twenty. No member school 
shall play more than twenty-four basketball games during 
the season. Any school which violates this rule shall not be 
eligible for district tournament competition. Any two 
county, conference or invitational tournament games 
played by a member school shall count as only one game 
for each tournament toward the total game limit of twenty- 
four." 

Paul Young made the motion that Proposal VII be 
adopted, John Radjunas seconded the motion and it 
passed by a vote of 42-8, 

Proposal VIII 

The K,H,S,A,A, Board of Control proposes that Section 5 
of By-Law 27, Limitation of Seasons-Basketball be 
changed to read as follows: "The basketball season ends at 
all levels of play at the conclusion of the varsity team's last 
scheduled game, except that the varsity team may play 
through its elimination from K.H.S.A.A, tournament play. 
There shall be no further practice or play at any level 
during the remainder of that academic school year". 

John Reschar made the motion that Proposal VIII be 
adopted. Nelson Nunn seconded the motion and it passed 
by a vote of 41-8. 

Proposal IX 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that By-Law 
27, Limitation of Seasons-Football be changed to read as 
follows: 



1. Organized practice in pads shall not begin 
prior to August 1. 

2. The first game shall not take place prior to ten 
(10) weekends before sub-district play-offs. 

3. A maximum of eleven (11) regular season 
games may be played. Pre-season bowl 
games shall count toward the eleven-game 
regular season limitation. 

4. The school's football season ends at all levels 
of play at the conclusion of the varsity team's 
last regular season game, except that the 
varsity team may play through its elimination 
from K.H.S.A.A. championship play-off 
competition. There shall be no further 
practice during the remainder of that 
academic school year. 

5. No game, including regular season or play- 
off games, may be scheduled on a date that 
would require loss of school time for travel or 
play. 

6. Every player must have five (5) days of 
practice, without pads to become acclimated 
to heat conditions prior to August 1. 

7. There shall be no more than two (2) practice 
games (scrimmages) at all levels (grades 9- 
12) prior to the opening game of the season 
with players other than members of the 
squad. 

John Reschar moved, seconded by Mike McDaniel that 
sections 1 and 6 of Proposal IX be amended to read as 
follows: 

1. Organized practice in pads shall not begin 
prior to thirty (30) calendar days prior to the 
school's first scheduled game. 

6, Every player must have a minimum of five (5) 
days of practice without pads prior to the first 
day of practice with pads. 

The motion to amend passed by a vote of 40-3, 

John Radjunas moved, seconded by John Johnston that 
Proposal IX be adopted as amended. The motion passed 

by a vote of 43-0. 

Don Hines moved, seconded by Don Webb, that the 
meeting adjourn. The motion passed unanimously. 



Game Guy Award 




The Game Guy Trophy is awarded to a high school 
athlete in the State of Kentucky who has overcome a 
physical handicap and participated in high school 
athletics. Bill Matz was the unanimous choice of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Game Guy Award Committee for the 1985 
trophy. 

Bill is a senior at Fort Knox High School were he is a 
competitive swimmer for the high school team. Bill 
suffered a cerebral hemorrhage this past fall and 
underwent extensive surgery. Swim Coach Joel 
Cyganiewicz stated in his nomination of Bill for the Game 
Guy Award that "his whole approach to swimming and his 
physical problems were truly inspirational and a great 
lesson for us all. He is certainly deserving of recognition 
for his 'come-back' as an athlete". Bill participated in the 
State Swim Meet in February and finished third in both the 
100 Yard Freestyle and the 100 Yard Breaststroke. 



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MAY, 1985 






PAGE FIVE 




Registered Approved 


Certified 


Total 


Baseball 


?75 


134 


105 


514 


Basketball 


737 


358 


485 


1580 


Football 


170 


192 


390 


752 


Soccer 


71 


75 


9 


155 


Softball 


160 


44 





204 


Track & 










Field 


8 


3 





11 


Volleyball 


45 


14 





59 


Wrestling 


34 


10 


9 


53 



1984-85 ANNUAL REPORT 
(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 

Two hundred ninety-eight schools joined the 
Association for the 1984-85 school year. Ten of these 
schools enroll girls only and eight haveonly boys. In 1983- 
84 there were 298 schools, in 1982-83 there were 299. 

There were 194 schools involved in Football. Classes A. 
AA, AAA and AAAA championship games were played at 
the Fairgrounds. Louisville. Attendance was 
approximately 13,748 and gross receipts were $50,996.55. 
Expenses involved in conducting the state football 
playoffs were $27,184.18. 

In Cross Country 177 boys' teams entered twenty-four 
regional meets. One hundred fifty girls' teams entered all 
three classes in twenty-three regionals. The expenses 
incurred m sponsoring this sport were $9,998.49 and the 
receipts were $4,057. Classes A, AA and AAA were held in 
Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park 

There were fifty-four schools competing in Wrestling, in 
eight districts and four regions with the winner and runner- 
up in each weight class advancing to the finals. The 
championship tournament was held at Atherton High 
School. Expenditures incurred were $3,960. The receipts 
are not available at this time. A complete report will appear 
in the audit. 

In Swimming sixty-six girls' teams and sixty-eight boys' 
teams competed for the championships. The meets were 
held at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, on 
February 22-23. The receipts were $1,468.40 and the 
expenses were $7,517.09. 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' and girls' 
district basketball tournaments we re $51 0,095. 05 while the 
regional tournaments took in $483,709.80 for a total of 
$993,804.85. Attendance at the Boys' State Tournament 
was approximately 122,749as compared to 128, 440for last 
year. The gross receipts this year for the tournament are 
estimated at $576,673.50 with expenditures of 
approximately $178,672.54. 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament 
was 29,167. The gross receipts were $104,732.50 with 
expenditures of approximately $71,475.71. A complete 
report will appear in the audit. 

There were sixty-three schools competing in Soccer. 
The State Tournament was held in Louisvillefrom October 
28 - November 2. The receipts were $6,698.16 and 
expenses incurred were $2,102.20. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball was 
sixty-two. The K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament was 
held at the University of Kentucky on November 2-3, 1984. 
Expenses incurred were $3,886.71 with receipts of 
$2,612.60. 

In the other sports that are to follow, 266 Baseball teams 
will compete in fifty-nine districts and sixteen regions; 185 
Softball Teams will compete in nine regions; 241 girls' and 
245 boys' Track teams will compete in twelve regions each; 
118 girls' Golf teams and 157 boys' teams will play in 19 
regions; 196 girls' Tennis teams and 198 boys' teams will 
play in twelve regions. State championship meets will be 
held in Baseball at Elizabethtown; Softball in Louisville, 
classes A, AA and AAA Track at the University of 
Kentucky, Lexington; girls' Golf at Elizabethtown Country 
Club, Elizabethtown; boys' Golf at Anderson Golf Course, 
Fort Knox; Tennis at the University of Kentucky, 
Lexington. 

A total of 2729 officials registered with the Official's 
Division of the Association as of April 1, 1985, and the 
number of approved and certified officials in each sport 
are as follows; 



Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise conducted twelve 
clinics in Football and sixteen in Basketball for officials 
and coaches. Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries 
conducted three track clinics and three volleyball clinics 
for officals and coaches. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commissionersand 
I are grateful for the cooperation the superintendents, 
principals, athletic directors and coaches have given us in 
running the program for the Association 



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1985-86 
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 



August 5-22 
August 20-27 
August 26-29 
September 9 
October 7-31 
October 21-26 
October 25-26 
October 26 

October 28-November 2 
November 1-2 
November 2-19 
November 2 
November 8-9 



November 15-16 



November 22-23 



November 29-30 
December 2 
February 1 
February 7-8 
February 8 
February 15 
February 20 
February 21-22 
February 22 
March 3-8 
March 10-15 
March 17 
March 19-22 
March 24 
March 26-29 
April 1 
May 12-17 



May 17 
May 19-24 



May 24 
May 26 
May 26-31 
May 27 
May 29-31 
May 31 
June 3-4 
June 4-6 
June 5-6 



Twelve Football Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Three Volleyball Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Four Soccer Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

National Federation Part II Exam - Football, Soccer, Volleyball 

Sixteen Basketball Clinics for Coaches & Officials 

Regional Soccer Tournaments 

Girls' Regional Volleyball Tournament 

Regional Cross Country Meets 

State Soccer Tournament 

State Volleyball Tournament 

Four Wrestling Clinics for Coaches & Officials 

State Cross Country Meet 

Football Sub-District Winners Play 

State AAAA District Winners Play 

Jefferson County First Round Play-Offs 

Football District Winners Play 

State AAAA Regional Winners Play 

Jefferson County District Winners Play 

Football Regional Winners Play 

State AAAA Sectional Winners Play 

Jefferson County Finals 

Football State Championships, Class A, AA, AAA, AAAA 

National Federation Part II Exam - Basketball, Wrestling 

District Wrestling Tournament 

Regional Swimming Meets 

Regional Wrestling Tournament 

Sectional Wrestling Tournament 

Track Clinic - Louisville 

State Swimming Meet 

State Wrestling Tournament 

District Basketball Tournaments 

Regional Basketball Tournaments 

National Federation Part II Exam - Baseball, Softball, Track 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 

Track Clinic - Lexington 

Girls' State Basketball Tournament 

Track Clinic - Owensboro 

Girls' District Softball Tournaments 

District Baseball Tournaments 

Regional Track Meets 

Girls' Regional Softball Tournaments 

Regional Tennis Tournaments 

Regional Baseball Tournaments 

Sectional Track Meet 

Girls' Regional Golf Tournaments 

First Round of State Baseball Tournament 

Boys' Regional Golf Tournaments 

Girls' State Softball Tournament 

State Track Meet 

State Golf Tournament 

State Tennis Tournament 

Semi-Final and Final State Baseball Tournament 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1985 



PAGE SEVEN 



1985 GIRLS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

ELIZABETHTOWN COUNTRY CLUB 

MAY 4-5, 1985 




TEAM CHAMPION-SACRED HEART ACADEMY 



Individual Winner 
Samantha Hinchman-Boyd County-155 

INDIVIDUAL SCORES 

A. Jones, Sacred Heart 158 

V. Doming, Notre Dame 160 

A. Hill, Oldham County 162 

L. Pulliam, Woodford County 164 

K. Tyrer, Frankim County 165 

K, Rogers, Elizabethtown 166 

J. Brenzel, Sacred Heart 168 

S. Jackson, Glasgow 168 

J. Fuson, Corbin 168 

A. Grayson, Simon Kenton 169 

J. Esselman, Ballard 169 




(L to R); Jennifer Brenzel, Missy Gahm, Anne Jones, Nancy J 



TEAM SCORES 

Sacred Heart 674 

Woodford County 695 

Notre Dame 716 

Oldham County 728 

Calloway County 738 

Montgomery County 767 

Glasgow 786 

Paintsville 787 

Franklin County 808 



1985 BOYS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

ELIZABETHTOWN COUNTRY CLUB 

MAY 14-15, 1985 






T ^- 

Individual Winner 
Jeff Guest-Oldham County-148 

INDIVIDUAL SCORES 

P.Hinchcliffe, Apollo 149 

T, Guest, Oldham County 149 

G. Lehmann, Trinity 151 

R. Poore, Conner 1 53 

G. Gouvas, Warren Central 1 53 

T. Beckmann, Rowan County 154 

J. Harrison, Madison Central 1 54 

M, Quammen, Lafayette 154 

A. Parks, Madison Central 154 

D. Conliffe, Trinity 154 

D, Feldhaus, Mason County 155 

S. Flesch, Covington Catholic 1 55 



TEAM CHAMPION-OLDHAM COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row (L to R): Coach Jim Randall, Jimmy Cullen, Billy Zenzik, Jell Guest, 
Tony Guest. Back Row: Larry Gilbert. 

TEAM SCORES 

Oldham County 623 

Covington Catholic 635 

Trinity (Louisville) 639 

Madison Central 642 

Lafayette 644 

St, Xavier 647 

Madisonville 655 

Marshall County 656 

Boyd County 658 




PAGE EIGHT THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1985 

mm® WRESTLING COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES 

BE^fflgE 1-S.86 CHANGES 

Changes Expected To Add Excitement And Strategy To The Sport 

High school wrestling will be more exciting and safer than ever as a result of rule changes announced by the National 
Federation Wrestling Rules Committee for the 1985-86 season. The interscholastic rules-making body formulated and 
approved rule changes and modifications during two days of meetings March 19-20 in Kansas City at National Federation 
headquarters. 

The use of rubber-type suits were added to the list of artificial heating devices that are currently listed in the rules. 

"The rubber, vinyl or plastic-type suits with elastic around all openings tend to eliminate the body from breathing. " said 
Fritz McGinness, assistant director of the National Federation and liaison tothewrestling rules committee, inexplaining the 
safety measure. "The suits can be very dangerous to an Individual wearing them while working out." 

The committee also discussed the 275-pound weight limitation on heavyweights which goes into effect beginning with the 
1985-86 season and affirmed its original decision. The weight limitation will apply to all individuals in the high school 
wrestling program. 

In another move, the rules committee changed the time period for "weigh-ins" for tournament competitions from two and 
one-half hours to one hour. 

"The committee has been greatly concerned about the actual time period between weigh-ins and wrestling competition," 
explained McGinness. "This change moves the weigh-in closer to competition and in the best interest of the sport." 

McGinness added that another benefit from the rule change would be a reduction in loss of school time. 

The committee also introduced one new scoring change which now allows for a technical fall to be scored the same as a 
fall when the margin of score is 15 or more points. The measure was overwhelmingly supported by the wrestling 
questionnaire which reflected nearly a two-to-one margin from all coaches and officials providing input. 

Two changes that were approved in starting poisitions are expected to provide renewed excitement and strategy to the 
sport. The first change now allows the offensive wrestler to start in a standing position with both hands on the back of the 
defensive wrestler. The other revision permits the wrestler who has the choice of position to select the up, down or neutral 
position at the start of the second or third period. 

The complete list of rule changes which will effect approximately 250.000 participants at over 8,200 schools during the 
1985-86 season are as follows: 

WRESTLING RULE CHANGES FOR 1985-86 

4-2-1 Allows wrestlers to wear a neatly trimmed mustache. 

4-4-2 Places 275-pound maximum weight restriction regardless of additional weight classes. 

4-4-6 Added rubber, vinyl and plastic-type suits to the list of devices used for weight reduction purposes. 

4-5-3 Weigh-in for tournament competition reduced from 2'/? to 1 hour. 

5-1-4 The defensive starting position must allow the offensive wrestler to start from either side. 

5-1-5 Now allows for the optional start of the offensive wrestler where he can stand or be on his knees with 

hands on the back of the defensive wrestler. 
5-2 A technical fall will now be awarded when a wrestler has earned a 15-point advantage over his 

opponent. 
6-2-3 The wrestler that has the choice of position may select up, down or neutral at the start of the second or 

third period. 
6-6 New article to follow 6-6-4 which relates to clerical errors in match score. 

6-6-5 When a coach questions the misapplication of a rule, the penalty will be assessed against the head 

coach. 
7-4-4 Any action commencing after the end of the third period prior to the end-of-match procedure shall be 

considered unsportsmanlike or flagrant misconduct. 
10-2-1 The article stating that physicians will examine all contestants has been deleted. 

10-3 This section will be moved to comments on the rules. 



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WRESTLING CLINICS 
1985-86 



Saturday-November 2-Western Kentucky-Hopkinsville Saturday-November 16-Frankfort-Frankfort High School- 
High School-1:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 

Saturday-November 9-Northern Kentucky-Conner High Tuesday-November 19-Louisivlle-Seneca High School- 
School-1:30 P.M. 7:00 P.M. 



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PAGE NINE 




STATE WRESTLING COMMITTEE MEETING 
MARCH 7, 1985 



The following items were part of tfie discussions held 
regarding the 1985-86 Wrestling Season. 

1 . Rotation arrangements for teams within each district 
will remain the same. The team alignment within each 
district will remain the same. 
District sites for 1986 

Frankfort District - Frankfort 

Lexington District - Harrison County 

Northern District - Conner 

Western District - Union County 

Central Jefferson District - Trinity 

East Jefferson District - 

West Jefferson District - 

Hardin District - 

2 Rotation arrangement for Regional Competition 

A motion was made by IVIr. Ray Webb and seconded 
Jack Cline, that a vote be taken on Proposal II from 
Hopkinsville and Northern Kentucky Proposal B. The 
vote was 6 in favor of Proposal II and 3 in favor of 
Proposal B. 

Proposal II - Regional Alignment 

Frankfort and Lexington 

East Jefferson and Northern 

West Jefferson and Central Jefferson 

Hardin and Western Kentucky 
Sites will be rotated yearly. 

3 Rotation arrangments for the Semi-state Competition 
A motion was made by Mr. Wayne Badida and 
seconded by Jack Cline, that an East and West 
Division be set up as follows: (Motion passed by 
unanimous vote.) 

East - Frankfort District 
Lexington District 
East Jefferson District 
Northern District 

West - West Jefferson District 

Central Jefferson District 
Hardin District 
Western District 

The sites would rotate from Connerto Frankfort in the 
East Division and from Hopkinsville to Louisville in 
The West Division. 

The Semi-state sites for 1986 

Frankfort - East Division 
Trinity - West Division 

4. 1986 Tournament Dates 

February 1 - District 
February 8 - Region 
February 15 - Sem-state 
February 22 - Finals 

5. A motion was made by Larry Mann and seconded by 
Jack Cline that we wrestle only to four (4) places in 
State Tournament. Passed 6-3. 

6 General Tournament Information 

A. All four tournaments would be eight (8) team 

brackets with doulbe elmination. 
8. District, region, semi-state tournaments should 
wrestle to six (6) places. 

C. The state tournament will wrestle to four (4) places. 

D. All four tournaments should give medals to the top 
four wrestlers. 

E. All four tournaments should have a team 
champion. 



F. All four tournaments should have a team runner- 
up. 

G. All four tournaments should declare a Most 
Valuable Wrestler 

(The state MVW should not be duplicaed at the 

lower levels of competition.) 
H. The district, region and semi-state would send four 

(4) wrestlers per weight class to the next 

tournament. 
Interstate competition shall be conducted according 
to the National Federation Rules 
Heavy Weigtit Class 

A motion was made by Wayne Badida and seconded 
by Jack Cline that the heavyweight maximum weight 
be extended to 275 lbs. Passed 5-3. 
A "Medal Committee" consisting of Jim Perrin. 
Wayne Badida and Larry Mann are to determine a 
design for medals to be used for the State Tourna- 
ment. They will also investigate the possibility of 
using the same design at all levels of tournament 
competition, but using different sizes. 

Starting Time for Wrestling 

(Will be presented to the Delegate Assemby in April 
1986) 

A motion was made by OrvilleWilliamsand seconded 
by Jack Cline that wrestling be allowed to start on 
Monday following Thanksgiving. The reason being, 
the new semi-state format causes the state to be 
moved back a week so as not to conflict with district 
basketball. Passed unanimously 







— NOTICE — 



Results 

of 

State 

Baseball 

Softball 

Tennis 

Track 

Tournaments 

will be published 

in the 

Aug. or Sept. ATHLETE 




VOLLEYBALL CLINICS 
1985-86 

August 20 Louisville - 7:30 p.m. 
August 22 Ft. Mitchell - 7:30 p.m. 
August 27 Lexington - 6:00 p.m. 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1985 




What is a Qualified Sport Official? 



By Richard McVay 



This article is a reprint from ttie "Ohio IHigh School Athlete" 



Constant study and review of the rules and mechanics is 
demanded if we ever hope to become classified as top 
flight officials. In addition, we must remind ourselves that 
to most effectively control a game we must constantly 
develop these important factors; courage. Integrity, 
calmness, poise, hustle, emotional maturity, humbleness, 
common sense, politeness, good judgement and a sense 
of loyalty. Each Is Important to our position and must be 
developed to enable the official to create the proper 
atmosphere throughout a game. 

1. Courage Is the ability to defend the decision 
and not to alibi, but to admit a poor or bad 
decision and never Ignore the responsibility 
to make a difficult decision. 

2. Integrity is the ability to be honest with 
yourself, fellow officials, coaches and 
players. 

3. Calmness is the ability to never become 
emotionally Involved, regardless of 
circumstances. Be able to remain composed 
and calm others. Soothe, don't excite. 

4. Poise IS the ability to i<now what you are 
doing, to be at the right place at the right time, 
and take control of any situation that may 
develop 

5. Hustling is the ability to keep moving for a 
better position to makeacalland the ability to 
never let a game lag. 

6. Emotional maturity is the ability to control 
your emotions both on and off the field 
Always remain neutral in any situation You 
are an official and biased opinions are not in 
order. 

7. Humbleness is the ability to always adjust 
yourself to the level of the person with whom 
you are dealing. Being able to accept praise 
or reprimand. 

8. Common sense Is the ability to do and call the 
logical thing 

9. Politeness is the ability to wear a pleasant 
look at all times. Be pleasant and greet 
everyone politely— always using good 
manners. 

10. Good judgment is the ability to feel out the 
play in its entirety: the planning, 
fundamentals and strategy that were 
employed when you made the call. 
All of these factors may sound very basic to us, but we 
must recognize their importance. UnJess we are able to 
incorporate all of these, our efforts fall miserably. We must 
always have command of ourselves and radiate poise. 
Exhibit confidence. These factors will create confidence in 
you as an official which in turn will breed respect in 
players, coaches and your fellow officials. Place everyone 
at ease, attract their confidence and your job will be much 
easier. 



Officials must excel In their comportment on the field. 
This just might be the most effective characteristic — that is 
the manner in which he comports himself when carrying 
out his duties. Develop movements that devote sureness: 
thereby, transmitting a feeling of confidence. To 
accomplish this, we must often use our voice 
supplemental with proper signals for clarity. This Is where 
we must concentrate. Never become emotionally Involved 
to the point where you may use vulgarity to players and 
coaches. Never lose your composure. Make every effort io 
control emotions by using methods which have a quieting 
and calming effect on the concerned party{le.s). Losing 
composure and reverting to vulgarity indicates the 
weakness of the official involved. Remember — a firm, 
courteous, positive, calming approach will disarm and 
relax players and coaches while belligerency only arouses 
animosity. 

Rule application Is the most important and should go 
without amplification. Every official should know the rules 
perfectly. Knowing the rules perfectly, however, does not 
in Iteself guarantee good officiating. The most effective 
officials, when exercising their rules knowledge, will 
incorporate the necessary common sense demanded in 
rules administration. What I am saying is Incidental or 
purely technical Infractions, that is, any action by the 
players which would constitute an Infraction of the rules if 
interpreted literally but which do not adversely affect an 
opponent or the progress of the game should be ignored. 
To do otherwise makes a farce of the game. We all 
know that there Is a foul (rule infraction on every play) If we 
Interpret the rules literally. I am not saying to be too 
permissive, flag those fouls that have a direct bearing on 
the play. Know the rules. Administer them with common 
sense. 

Another point of comment Is criticism of fellow officials. 
How often have we heard "we are no stronger than our 
weakest link"? It may sound corny, but It Is definitely a true 
statement when referring to officiating. Criticism by the 
media invariably reflects on the work of the officials and 
very rarely on the individual Involved. This being true, 
demands individual mental and physical preparation, but 
more Importantly we must have the ability to Incorporate 
the results of this individual preparation into the teamwork 
of the crew. All crews are made up of individuals, but to be 
effective we must be molded into one strong unit. This can 
only be accomplished by recognizing the abilities of each 
crew member and make the adjustments necessary to 
insure a "well oiled machine." To accomplish this 
demands complete cooperation of every crew member. 
We must be able to criticize and be criticized by our fellow 
crew members. To become strong officials we must be 
totally honest with one another. Officials are not Infallible 
and will make errors; therefore, we must recognize this fact 
and willingly accept the criticism resulting. Never will 
making excuses or denying an error benefit the Individual 
or the crew. All It can do is hurt both. Always remember 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1985 



PAGE ELEVEN 



you are judged as a crew of officials more often than as an 
individual. We can never be above criticism in this 
avocation if we hope to improve. 

(In officiating) IVIaturity Equals Humility 

Each official should do everything in his power to assure 
the players the quality officiating they deserve. This 
includes the officials with many years of experience as well 
as the first year men. Unless you continue your dedication 
and recognize there is always room for improvement, you 
are due for a rude awakening which will hurt the players, 
coaches and your fellow officials. Maturity in officiating 
comes from many years of officiating. One or two seasons 
of experience is just that— "Experience." The mature 
official recognizes that regardless of the success he has 
had in the past^it is just that— success in the past. Your 
next game is where you prove your ability since very tew 
remember what you have done in the past. Unless you 
have benefited from your past experience and used it as a 
means to improve, you have very little change of maturing 
in ofticiatmg. 

Self-Inventory 

We should take self-inventory each year. In doing so, I 
would like to pose a few questions to you concerning 
football officiating. 

1 . Is ofticiatmg a dedication and commitment to 
the game of football? 

2. Does officiating give you a deep satisfaction 
and personal reward? 

3. Do you give your best regardless of 
competing teams or the score'? 

4. Are you prepared mentally, physically, and 
emotionally for every game? 

5. Do you place the welfare of the players and 
game above your crew? 

6. Are your actions on and off the field beyond 
reproach'' 

7. Are you a contributing member to your crew? 



8. Do you use the common sense approach in 
officiating? 

9. Do you administer your duties in a 
professional and business-like manner? 

1 0. How do you demonstrate your respect for the 
players and the game? 

Nine of these ten questions should be answered "yes." 
The other is answerable only by your self-inventory. If you 
cannot answer "yes" to those questions, you had better do 
some soul-searching. 

Finally, take a close look at yourself! Are you one of 
those officials who thinks they have reached a level of 
competency beyond reproach? Beware, if you do, 
because you are in for quite a humbling experience. 
Remember, regardless of what impression you have of 
your ability there is still room for improvement. That we get 
from constant study and review, plus taking advantage of 
our experience and remember always accept success (if 
any) with a great deal of humility. 

McVay began his football officiating career in 1959 by 
taking the exam and becoming an OHSAA licensed 
official. In 1965 he began officiating collegiate football in 
the Ohio Athletic Conference. Several years later he again 
moved up the officiating ladder to the Missouri Valley 
Conference and then the Mid-American Conference. In 
1974 he received that very special phone call— from the 
Big Ten Office. Rich served as a conference official for 
nine years. On January 1, 1982, he received one of the 
greatest honors an official can have. He was the Big Ten's 
selection to referee the Rose Bowl. 

In the fall of 1982. McVay was stricken while officiating 
the Michigan State at Illinois game on national television. 
His passing, though untimely, occurred in a way he had 
wanted it to be. He once related, "If I should die at an early 
age, I hope it happens at the 50-yard line and on national 
television." He went down at the 48-yard line and on 
national television. 



******** IMPORTANT NOTICE ********* 
PLEASE NOTE: VERY IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR OFFICIALS 

Renewal of official's registration will begin approximately June 1, 1985, If you wish your name to appear in the 1985-86 
Officials' Handbook, you must complete this re-registration before July 30, 1985, otherwise you must complete the 
registration before the deadlines which appears below: 

October 1, 1985 
January 1, 1986 
IVIay 1, 1986 

THIS IS A NEW REGULATION. IF YOU DO NOT RE— REGISTER IN YOUR RESPECTIVE SPORT(S) BY THE DATES 
ABOVE, YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO REGISTER FOR THE 1985-86 SCHOOL YEAR. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU 
WILL LOSE YOUR RATING IF YOU HAVE AN ADVANCED RATING AND WILL HAVE TO TAKE THE PART II EXAM THE 
FOLLOWING YEAR IN ORDER TO OBTAIN THE RATING AGAIN. 



Football, Volleyball, Soccer 
Basektball, Wrestling 
Baseball, Softball, Track 



If you have not received your re-registration form by June 15, please contact this office and one will be mailed to you 

immediately. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1985 



SE^a! 



1985-86 Test Dates 

For 
Part II Examinations 




Tests dates have been established in all sports where a Part II examination is printed. Starting 
with the 1985-86 school year, Part II examinations should not be given priorto the following 
dates; 



Football 

Volleyball 

Soccer 

Basketball 

Wrestling 

Baseball 



Sept. 9, 1985 
Sept. 9, 1985 
Sept. 9, 1985 
Dec. 2, 1985 
Dec. 2, 1985 
March 24, 1986 



ONE ANNUAL $6.00 DUES PAYMENT COVERS ALL SPORTS AUGUST 1 THROUGH JULY 31. 



INCLUDED IN DUES! 



VITAL INSURANCE PROTECTION! 

$1,000,000.00 liability plus excess accident medical, accidental 
death and dismemberment, and disability income coverage 
UNPRECEOENTED INPUT INTO NATIONAL PLAYING RULES! 
One NFIOA and one NFICA member now serves on each National 
Federation Playing Rules Committee 



TEN TIMELY ISSUES OF THE NATIONAL FEDERATION NEWS! 

The national voice o( High School Activities! 

ORAMATIC AWARDS TO DESERVING OFFICIALS AND COACHES! 

State certificates, sectional plaques and ttie National High School 
Hall of Fame plus a complimentary lapel pin for 25 years of ser- 
vice as a coach or official. 

NUMEROUS OTHER FREE-BUT-VALUABLE BENEFITS! 
Discount privileges at hotels, car and truck rentals. Medalist 
clinics, a membership card and pocket calendar, plus extensive 
committee involvement. 




NFIOA 




NFICA 



City. 
Sex, 



-Zip. 



CHECK PRIMARY AREA OF INTEREST/EXPERTISE 



t a Baseball 

2 a Basketball 

3 n Cross Country 

4 D Field Hockey 



5 D Football 

6 D Golf 

7 D Gymnastics— Boys 

8 LJ Gymnastics— Girls 



9 D Ice Hockey 

10 D Soccer 

1 1 n Softball 

12 D Sv/imming & Diving 



13 D Tennis 

14 n Track & Field 

15 D Volleyball 

16 D Wrestling 



1 7 n My sport is not listed . It Is 

CHECK TYPE OF MEMBERSHIP 

[J NFICA & NFIOA COMBINED MEMBERSHIP $ 10 00 
D COACH ONLY (NFICA) $ 6 00 

D OFFICIAL ONLY (NFIOA) $ 6.00 

D ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP $ 6.00 

n PATRON MEMBERSHIP $100.00 

(Canadian residents add $9 00 mailing costs) 

TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED $ 

B CODE 
D Check here II you were a member last year 



Total Years Officiating . 
Total Years Coaching . 



One fee covers ell sports 

for the ANNUAL membership period of 

August 1, 19B5 through July 31. 1986. 

Man Payment to 

THE NATIONAL FEDERATION 

P.O. BOX 20626. KANSAS CITY, MO. 6419S. 

For further Information call 616-464-5400. 



ATHLETIC AND STUDENT 
ACCIDENT INSURANCE 




Contact us to discuss your needs for football, athletic and student accident insurance. 

SCHOLASTIC INSURORS 

(615) 928-7381 

P.O. BOX 3194 

JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE 37601 



DISCOUNT SFORTING GOODS 




WE STENCIL 

As low as $2.70 Adult 
$2.36 Youth stenciled one 
color, 288 shirts alike 
plus $9.00 screen charge. 

Check with us for other quantity levels. 





PHONE: 
502-651-5143 

734 EAST MAIN ST. 
GLASGOW, KY. 42141 



KY WATS 
1-800-8B2 0282 

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1-800-626-0220 



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P.O. Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



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